I live in St. John's in the province of Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada. Newfoundland & Labrador is the most easterly province of Canada.
I am a photographer; I have a website (http://bitstop.ca/) and a photo-a-day blog (http://bitstop-nfld.blogspot.com/). My hobbies are photography, reading, birdwatching, hiking/nature walks and traveling. Here are some of the places I have visited:
-Nova Scotia (entire province)
-New Brunswick (Fredericton & Moncton)
-Prince Edward Island (entire province)
-Quebec (Montreal, Quebec City, Gatineau/Hull areas)
-Ontario (Ottawa, Perth, Merrickville, Kingston, Toronto, Niagara Falls)
-British Columbia (Vancouver & Victoria)
In the USA:
-New York City
-Mount Vernon & Alexandria, Virginia
-Las Vegas, Nevada
-California (San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Irvine, Santa Ana, Mission San Juan Capistrano, Balboa Island, Newport Beach, Lake Forest, Huntington Beach)
-Bowling Green, Kentucky
-Arizona (The Grand Canyon, Phoenix, Tucson, Page, Flagstaff & Sedona)
-Utah (Salt Lake City, Moab, Monument Valley, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park)
-Raleigh, Durham & Chapel Hill, North Carolina
-the island of Oahu, Hawaii
In the UK:
I am enjoying Postcrossing! I would really like postcards showing what your country looks like - buildings, lighthouses, aerial views, architecture, landscapes, cities, towns, the countryside, etc. I love multi-view & single view tourist cards. Any card that shows something unique to your country is welcome.
Of course you can send me anything you want but I have to admit I really don't like postcards of people, art, or black and white postcards. Some ad cards I like but some I don't. You can always check my favourites to see what types of cards I like! :)
My favourites are lighthouses, beautiful/unusual architecture, aerials & landmarks.
I'd also enjoy receiving postcards from any of the places I have visited.
I'm not a stamp collector but I do appreciate nice/different stamps on my postcards.
Please no folded greeting cards, no envelopes, no printed sheets of paper. Postcards only. Thank you.
Please write on your postcard. Don't know what to write? Here are some things I'd like to read:
-describe what's on the front of the card
-tell me why you like where you live
-tell me why I should visit your country
-tell me what you know about Newfoundland and/or Canada
Photo-a-Day Blog: http://bitstop-nfld.blogspot.com/
Postcrossing Blog: http://postcrossing-nfld.blogspot.com/