Please remember to write the card number, date and city name
on the card in a spot where it won't be covered by a post mark.
My system is, pick a card, find nice stamps, address it.
add Postrcossing ID, add my city, the date, and then I write the
Dear People of the World,
Thank you to everyone working to help us at this time. Health care, transit, grocery store, postal, everyone, you all are so amazing and kind.
I hope this finds readers well at this most difficult time. It is really fantastic that some of our nations have a functioning postal service. At this time I am sending many postcards to friends and family those who are stuck in. They are grateful for paper mail. I saw that Ireland is sending x2 stamped postcards to their citizens and encouraging them to send postcards. Receiving thoughtful mail brings joy.
Thank you to all the kind Postcrossers that send beautiful cards, amazing stamps and truly kind messages. Your mail to me is a joy to receive.
Please do not send postcards in envelopes - the hobby
is about collecting cards as letter mail object.
Please buy Real postage stamps instead of postage meter one,
a big part of the hobby is stamp collecting.
Please no multi scene cards.
Please remember to write the name of your town
and the date on the card.
I am a visual artist/curator working mainly in photography.
Travel, art, history, anthropology philosophy, science, geography and sociology
inform my work.
It is really nice when people sending postcards pick cards that reflect the receiver's interests.
I love and appreciate hand made postcards with wonderful stamps.
My collecting interests are:
Social, People, Culture, religion
Fine Art Photography
Transportation (cars, buses, trains, airplanes, boats)
Philatelic (stamp collecting) related
Advertising cards are fine too.
As I have been collecting postcards for many years, it is wonderful to join a global trading club.
Please no sunsets, pictures of water, trees, etc. or cards
All the best from Canada, Linda