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pucky, Netherlands

pucky

(or Ina) is a member in Netherlands . She has been a member for over 7 years (2,630 days).
2,930 sent 2,928 received


  • Distance sent: 6,272,511 miles
  • Last seen: about 10 hours ago
  • Website: http://inakleur.blogspot.nl/
  • Languages: Nederlands, English, Italiano, Deutsch, un peu Francais
  • Birthday: 7th February
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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  • 84th on most postcards sent from Netherlands
  • 83rd on longest distance sent from Netherlands
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Lat: 52.06, Lon: 4.49 | Google Maps

About Ina...


More then in countries (as I can find everything on the internet) I am interested in you, unique human in the world. So please, write something special to me on your card about YOU personally, things that are not already written on your profile!
Use all space to write; what is on your mind right now, what are your hopes, what is most precious to you, was there something that changed your life completely?
But please not "happy postcrossing" or "hope you like this card".

I like to get an idea of the kind of postcards the postcrosser would prefer to receive. Therefore I write down what makes me extra happy!

- I would LOVE to receive the specific cards that are on my favourites-wall
- black & white photographs
- ordinary people (not made ridiculous)
- close-ups (of whatever things)
- social/political items (& works of Banksy)
- doors and/or windows or shop-fronts
- (full) moon
- impressive skies
- reflecting waters
- jumping dogs (or even cats)
- if you do make photographs yourself; YES PLEASE!
- YES also to free/ad-cards, they often have great quality and I love them!

Not big size cards I slightly prefer to store them easier.
If you can avoid cards with state/city-names big on the front I'd be happy.
Less interesting for me are touristcards and multiviews.
I do prefer not to receive any more art-cards as I already have a big collection from all over the world. (Except the ones on my favorites-wall of course! )
Christmas, Easter or whatever seasonal card are also not my favorite cards.
As I am an aged woman, I do not like childish cards (disney, moomin, miffy etc.). Also Pin-ups and obscene cards, or cards where there's harm done to animals like fishing or bullfighting, are not my kind choice either.
You do not need to put stickers and tapes or so on the card, they pollute the envoironment.
An envelope is ok, nice stamps are highly appreciated.

About me;
I am 72 years old and I have worked as an art-therapist and painter ( visit my blog, see the link above).
I dislike TV and do not have one already for decades which is great. I watch movies/documentaries in the art-cinema (Sokurov, Tarkovsky, Kaplanoglu) and every year I see many movies at the Movies-that-matter-festival in The Hague!
Classic music I like to hear in live concerts (Biber, Schönberg,Gubaidulina, Pärt, ten Holt).
My tiny garden is my joy in the summer, I love all the flowers and insects in it.
Cooking, but even more eating, is a favorite thing!
Traveling is not in my interest and giving to much CO2. Enough to discover nearby!
I like to talk with people, but I also like silence a lot.
To paint is still a favorite thing to do.
I like Beuys and Kentridge.
Books are great! ( Zusak, Kent, Haushofer, Forna, Axelsson, Laurence and many many others.)
Busy with; antroposophy, basic-income
http://www.basicincome.org and Focusing.
I am working as a volunteer in an foundation http://globaldevelopmentafrica.com.
Let me know if your postcard was on it's way 60 days.