Nice collection of stamps, I especially like the calligraphy stamp. Great job telling the story.
Wonderful stamps. I have received myself the one from Ukraine.And I love the way you wrote the story... Letterwriting is about storytelling, isn't it?Have a nice Sunday!
Interesting progression. My favorite is the last stamp.
Those large Belgian cast iron postboxes are a marvel, I only took a photo when I came across one, now I'm wishing I'd posted a letter in it like your imaginary one. The Aland stamp is so evocative.
All the steps..laid out for you in pictures. I like the last one best I think.
Clever way to present your stamps. I favour the Aland stamp as well, but I like the pen and ink stand from Ukraine.
A red postbox! I was hoping to see one in the posts today.Thank you for joining in this week.
Lovely story telling and beautiful stamps.
Such a beautiful story!I have the Ukrainan stamp, too, but my attention was distracted to the horse only, and didn't look well enough. Not before seeing the stamp again in your blog, as part of the mailing story, I realize that it's an inkwell!
Nicely put together. That last stamp could tell a story all of its own I think.
Nice story in stamps. I like the calligraphy one.
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