I have enjoyed collecting post cards in a really informal way for most of my life so naturally Postcrossing has become a pleasant hobby for me.
I'm a teacher of Applied Arts in a small High School and I am a bookbinder and printmaker. Among other crafts I teach letterpress printing to my 11th and 12th grade students and would love to see letterpress printed postcards or cards related to printing.
I have two grown sons (age 22 and 27) and now live with my dear husband and two dogs. We have a big garden and tend a small flock of chickens (7) for eggs.
I enjoy pictures of all kinds of handmade things and for that matter pictures of hands. I would love images of people spinning threads, weaving, sewing, making baskets and doing any other handcrafts. I like folk art and 'primitive' art.
I enjoy most postcards, old photos, odd stuff.
As a bookbinder I love pictures of books and people enjoying books. I like illustrations of folk tales and classic fairy tales.
I really like rabbits, hares (and jackelopes), birds, goats and other wild animals as well as farm animals and interesting portraits of dogs.
I love pictures of ancient stones, standing stones, dolmen and petroglyphs. Crop Circles? are there postcards of those? I would love one!! How about hedge mazes?
Portraits of indigenous people are great.
I like portraits of all people even if I don't know who they are, tell me why they are featured on a postcard.
Frankly, all kinds of postcards are good and I love to see all the different kinds of stamps of the world as well, another fun aspect of postcrossing.
I am interested in what you choose to send. And I enjoy receiving real mail from human beings.