Friday, 19 August 2011

Last Seaside/Coast card


My last postcard arrived from Sue yesterday - I must admit I didn't recognise the man in the photo who is apparently the presenter of the programme Coast on TV.  Having asked Sue for the significance of the man I can now fully appreciate where she was coming from with this card which has the presenter's picture printed on a clear acetate sheet and this is attached to the map showing a part of the British coast and a label with the title Coast attached as you can see.  Many thanks Sue and sorry you picked a rare TV watcher for this one!!  It hardly seems like yesterday we started this postcard swap does it the time has flown by.  It's been an interesting experience and though at times I have felt completely out of my depth and certainly outside my comfort zone I have learned a lot and am glad I joined in.  It will be strange not having the fortnightly deadline now won't it?

6 comments:

Joanna said...

psst if it's any consolation I wouldn't have know who he is either - I too don't watch much tv. He does, however, look rather nice............!

I really like this postcard, great colours and image on the acetate.

It WILL seem strange not having to rack my brains every other week to come up with an idea for the next theme. My poor brain is pickled!

Menopausalmusing said...

He is soooo worth watching, as is the programme he presents. It is STUNNING! Sue has done the topic proud! A really wonderful "take" on it!

Printed Material said...

I like Neil Oliver, always very watchable. Great card and very apt.I don't think I watch much tv but I must do as I recognised him instantly!

Jill said...

I haven't caught many 'Coast' programmes, but they are always's fascinating and I love Neil Oliver's Scottish accent. He could certainly read me a bedtime story. This is a great take on the theme.

Chrissie said...

Lovely card! We've watched most of the Coast programmes, but every time I shout at the TV - "get your hair cut"!!

Bad Penny said...

I do watch this programme so totally " get " the card - inspired !