All cards are welcome. You can choose any card you'd like to receive for yourself and tell me what is special about the card.
City view or landscape cards from where you live or you have visited are always welcome. In addition, I am collecting cards with abstract arts, and cards with various geometries, shapes or lines.
I have a on-going project to collect postcards showing hexagon(s); hexagonal patterns, hexagonal structures such as hexagonal pavilions or buildings. If your countries have issued hexagonal stamps, I appreciate it if you can use one or two of those stamps on the card. However, don't worry if you don't have one of those. You can also draw a snowflake, a honeycomb etc.
Happy New Year! Thank you for sending me a card in 2019. If your card has traveled longer than the average time from your country to US, contact me with ID and the date that the card was mailed. I will be on look out for your card.
Updated: Feb 11, 2020
Trivia: I opened this PostCrossing account on March 2, 2013; but was able to send my first card on March 1, 2013 because the system time is on GMT.