if you might read "anirahtak" backwards, you will find out my first daughter's name, I have used this for a long time as a computer-password..... I am a german engineer in automotive business(a little bavarian car-maker called BMW; probably you have heard about him ??); 63 years old now, retirement is coming soon. I was born in Bremen; so I have chosen for avatar a german stamp with the "Bremen Town Musicians" ! The company sent me over to South Carolina in the U.S. and Oxford; UK, there I lived with the family 3-5 years each. There I helped with lots of colleagues bring the Z3 and first X5 (US) and MINI (UK) to series production.
When I joined POSTCROSSING in 2012, I was temporarily living with my family in Beijing, P.R.China.I was responsible in the function of a technical liaison engineer to support local supplier. After 3 years we moved back to a little village in the north of Munich, Germany, where we lived before.
I am interested in all kind of postcards;especially technical landmarks like lighthouses, bridges, water towers, locks, power stations and other and also all kind of technique like cars, trains,planes,ships,machines etc.! Landscapes, city views, map cards and all kind of technical (historic) pictures are also very welcome ! I am not a stamp collector; nevertheless nice stamps ( ...technical related stamps will make the perfect combination!) are also very welcome ! If you do not have anything I am looking for, don't worry! If there is a technical landmark or other remarkable where you live just send me the LINK; I am interested in too ! Thanks in advance and all the best from Munich, home of BMW; BAYERN MÜNCHEN and the real "OKTOBERFEST" ! Guenther
Dear Chinese and Russian post crosser: Please add the Chinese version/ Cyrillic version of your address to your profile, as the chance of your card arriving is vastly improved. 10% of my cards to China/Russia disappear - and most of them have no Chinese/Cyrillic address, only an English one, which may be the reason the Chinese/Russian post reasonably enough find it difficult to deliver!