Hello, dear Postcrosser!
My name is Elke. THANK YOU for sending me a card!
I am a geographer and I live near Stuttgart. As a stamp collector I'd like to receive your card in an ENVELOPE - if this doesn't mean extra postage for you - and "nice" postal stamps on it. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!
I am married, we do have an adult daughter. My hobbies are nature, landscape management and nature conservation (also my profession), traveling, photography, reading, knitting, writing and receiving postcards/letters, collecting stamps, gardening, meeting with friends and sharing a good meal and a glass of red wine...
I like postcards
... related to post and postcrossing
... showing sunflowers , beautiful trees or heart-shaped nature objects
... that show me a bit of the area where you come from - your city, a beautiful landscape, famous buildings, bridges, lighthouses etc. Your card is like an open window to see what other places and countries do look like
... I do like map cards in general and collect US state cards
It would be a great pleasure if you could send me together with your card a few used stamps from your country. Receiving a card + stamps from "somewhere in the world" always makes my day! All my doubles go to Bethel (a German charity organization).
If you do not know what to write - draw a sunflower on your card and/or write "SUNFLOWER" in your language! THANK YOU!
Have a lot of postcrossing fun!
Best wishes - Elke
expired cards: some....
"SUNFLOWER" is in
Cantonese: Taai Joeng Faa
Gaelic/Irish: Ius na gréine
Greek: hxiavdos o etrjoios
Guernsey Patois: tournesoleil
Hawaiian: pua náná lá
Indonesian: bunga matahari
Irish: Ius na gréine
Komi (Ural): shondiyur
Korean: hea ba la gi
Malay language: Bunga Matahari
Mapodungùn (Mapuche people, Chile): Leliantü
Minnan language: li̍t-thâu-hue
Rätoromanisch (Vallader): fluor da sulail
Romanian: Floarea soarelui
Sepedi: Lepolomo la Letsatsi
Sibirian: Mogcoaryx ?
Sundanese: kembang panon poe
Taiwanese: Xiàng ir kui
Vietnamese: hu'o'ngdu'o'ng (huongduong)
Zapotek (Mexico): Yendri