My name is Dmitry. I'm from Russia. I live in Korolyov city, Moscow Oblast and work at a company in Moscow city.
I'm interested in history, especially in the modern history and in the history of Christianity.
I love the photography and have an amateur blog where I post my pictures (city views mainly). You can visit it if you like (see the link above).
I'm attracted to the postcrossing and think the idea of the international postcrossing is just brilliant. Do you think so, don't you?
Here are some ideas of my favourite topics, but, of course, you can choose what you like, I'll be happy, anyway:
- churches, chapels and houses of prayer, other religious buildings (mosques, synagogues, Buddhist temples etc.);
- Christianity and other religions;
- visual arts, especially painting;
- book illustrations; book covers, magazine covers;
- national costumes;
- cultural icons: fictional characters, symbols, logos etc., especially:
--- national personifications: Uncle Sam, Britannia, Germania, Marianne, Suomi-neito etc.;
--- The Simpsons and Futurama;
- heraldry: flags, coats of arms;
- history: artifacts, persons and events;
- the reproductions of propaganda posters;
- military: people, battles, armament;
- transport of all modes: aviation, rail, road and ship transport, from a push scooter to a space shuttle;
- US state cards (from American postcrossers);
- black and white photos and the reprints of vintage postcards.
Or just send a card telling about the architecture, famous people, the nature of your country, region, city...
Some ideas about postcards you can pick up at my Favorites.
Dear postcrossers from Belarus and Poland, Byelorussian and Polish single-sided postal cards with imprinted stamps (односторонние почтовые карточки /с оригинальной маркой/) are welcomed! Of course, single-sided postal cards issued by postal administrations of other countries are welcomed, too!
I have a small stamp collection, so I like stamps... :-) It would be nice if you stick a commemorative stamp on your card.
If you like, you can send your postcard in an envelope.
If it is possible, do not send me self-printed and hand-made cards.
Dmitry Ivanov aka Aspartam.