Robin67(or Sibylle) is a member in Austria . She has been a member for over 11 years (4,328 days).
Hello and thank you already for sending me a card, you are only one click away from seeing what I like:
In short: touristy!
If your postcard fits in there nicely, or even IS one of them, perfect! If you send me a card that might not fit in, please send it unwritten inside an envelope with the ID on a separate note or on the envelope, if that does not cost you more. Thank you.
Otherwise I also really, totally love beautiful stamps directly on the card. That makes what you send even more of a „work of art“! I especially love stamps of fauna, flora, minerals, nature, historic buildings and astronomy, but all special and/or beautiful stamps will make me happy.
Von Deutschland würde mich ganz besonders diese Briefmarke freuen: Leuchtturm Moritzburg
Now, sadly, the "year of the goat" is over, but since I am a goat, goat stamps (or even a maxicard?) will make me particularly happy! :-)
IMPORTANT!!!: No cards of people please, unless mentioned below or seen in my favourites!
Here you can read a bit about me:
Here is what I love or what fascinates me (in no particular order): Siberian tigers, beautiful touristy picture postcards, Chuck Prophet, desert flora, Scotland, plants, Maarten Stekelenburg, Bengal tigers, writing letters and cards, Kinky Friedman, beautiful stationery, rays, crows, travelling, my family, gorgeous stamps, frogs, Sumatran tigers, Javier Bardem, octopus, astronomy, Wien‘s zoo Schönbrunn, my friends, Chuck Palahniuk, reading, NIN, Rammstein, my furry friends at Schönbrunn zoo, Heino Ferch, my beautiful houseplants, Jean Dujardin, time off, my penpals, elongated coins, Alpine flora, IAMX, baobab trees, Adil Rami, marine wildlife, animals, Orang utans, good food, postcrossing, white tigers, snails, Washi tapes, Oggy und die Kakerlaken/Oggy et les cafards/Oggy and the cockroaches …
I would totally love cards of a Strigops habroptilus and a Balaeniceps rex as well as an Ovibos moschatus. :-)
Please, if you can, upload your/my card, thank you very much.
If you know how to do it: "zentangle" my card (on the backside ;-)) please, I'd love that. :-)
My „new“ profile is subject to occasional change.
I have visited this place: www.postmuseum.at and it is an absolute MUST SEE for every postcrosser (or anybody, who LOVES mail!), if ever you are in the vicinity of Eisenerz in the Steiermark/Styria in Austria. It is totally fabulous!!!