No Christmas cards, please. Thank you.
2022+ project - UNESCO Memory of the World Register
I have been postcrossing for over 17 years now and love swapping. Sometimes I am not sure what bigger fun is - sending or receiving. Receiving is great but sending makes collecting even more exciting :)
I have lost almost everything including my huge postcard collection so I am starting from the very beginning.
My wishes - only modern cards, please.
Friends from Japan - absolutely anything about Kabuki, Noh and Kyogen
Friend from Israel - anything you find interesting about your country/culture
Commedia dell'arte - Arlecchino, Colombina, Pierrot
Calligraphy, any language
Daily scenes with people
Food, no recipes please.
Shops, cafés, street vendors, open air markets
Anything about Bulgakov and "Master and Margarita"
anything about Saint-Exupéry and his Le Petit Prince
Chanson réaliste (Édith Piaf, Fréhel etc), Jacques Brel
Rice fields with people
Japanese/Korean cultural heritage
All music, theatre, opera, ballet related
Cellos - Jacqueline du Pré
"L'Élégance du hérisson"
Books (no bookcovers, please)
Bookstores, libraries (interiors), people reading
Beat Generation (Ginsberg, Kerouac, Burroughs, Corso, Ferlinghetti, Cassady, Solomon, Holmes, Johnson, Kesey, Brautigan, Snyder)
Black and white
Rain puddles/reflections in puddles
Angels (neither religious nor statues)
Gay/lesbian/minorities rights related
- basically anything interesting, unique, strange, spooky. Non touristy or black and white cards are more than welcome. I am very fond of people so special, unique shots of everyday, just simple guys would also be appreciated :)
Well, any card you would like to share with me is going to be a very special one. Thank you :)