Katiriina, Finland
  • country Finland
  • Member since Joined 15th Nov., 2006
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About Katariina...

I'm interested in different cultures, history and the Natives all over the world.
I enjoy lot of books, art and music and walking under the star-studded sky or in forest, travelling, ice-hole swimming, pondering, book binding, baking and cooking.

Some of my favorite postcard subjects, no in particular order:

* books, reading people
* vintage/retro images, black and white photos
* fantasy (with unicorns, elves, faeries, goddesses, witches)
* Moomins
* Zdenek Miler's Krtek
* matryoshka doll,"Матрешка" cards from Russia
* art
* cards of Atelier Nouvelle Images
* old Propaganda Posters
* Anne Taintor, Anna Hollerer, Séverine Pineaux, Luis Royo
* children's book illustration
* Native People
* children and old people of the world
* historical places,ancient maps
* UNESCO World Heritage (http://whc.unesco.org/en/list)
* the recipe of the traditional food in your country
* space, volcanos, storm/lightning
* cats,lions, panthers,leopards,jaguars, tigers, painters, wildcats
* B. Kliban´s cats, Tukituk cats (from Russia), cats by Irina Zenyuk
* bears, polar bears
* local nature (single view, please NO multiview cards )
* alphabet cards in any language, here´s an example in English http://www.igglywig.com/imglib/Flash-Card-Poster-A1.jpg

If you don't have any of the above don't worry. I am happy :) with whatever you choose to send.

If you want, please tell me something about you; what your everyday life is like, the things that make you happy, what has happened to you recently or short description of things that are totally typical for your country!

If you have a favorite book, please tell me. Thank you to those who have recommended books to me. I've read many wonderful books I may not have known without you.

If you come from a Russian-speaking country or region, could you please write to me in Russian so that I have a chance to practice my Russian?

I prefer my postcards written on. Don't forget to include the postcard ID and the date you sent the card, and if possible, please use a pretty or interesting stamp :)! No ad-cards, please.

Suomesta myös Inge Löökin mummelit, Stenvallin ankat, Hannu Hautalan, Rudolf Koivun, Martta Wendelin, Kimmo Pälikön ja Raija Nokkalan kortit ovat tervetulleita.Kiitos!

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