An Alamo Postcard
Original post made by Enrique Martinez on Jan 15, 2008
Late last year, we shared postcards from towns named Alamo and Poplar and one unique postcard stood out among the rest. The Alamo California postcard had six images of sites that symbolized the community. A unicorn on a roof, a flashing casino sign, a lake and submarine, and a large Frog sitting on a bridge pillar were some of the images. It was created in humor because Alamo California did not have a postcard and it is the largest Alamo in North America.
A postcard symbolizes a community and visually defines a community's character for residents and visitors. So, my question is if you were creating your community's postcard today, what would symbolize your community?
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