I haven't got any Year of the Tiger stamp yet. But, for today's theme in Sunday Stamps, I am glad to show these stamps sent by my friend Heleen from the Netherlands:
30 January 2022
29 January 2022
27 January 2022
26 January 2022
25 January 2022
23 January 2022
Some original maps of different countries for today's theme in Sunday Stamps:
Network of Lights, 2015
(See here the complete set)
Hungarian Meteorological Service 150th Anniversary, 2020
James White & 100th Anniversary Atlas of Canada, 2006
Coat of Arms, 2016
22 January 2022
Do you know the hashtag #xtremephilately? It was first used by @ExploringStamps back in 2017, and it is used now for philatelists around the world.
Extreme philately consists on taking a picture of a stamp in front of the motive (place, building, person, event, animal, plant, etc.) it features. This has been my first attempt:
Go take a look on Twitter or Instagram.
21 January 2022
Random Letter Project is an interesting project. It is simple: there is a writing prompt every month. If you feel inspired, you write a letter; then, you got a random letter about the same subject sent by another contributer.
You can read on the project site how it works:
WRITE YOUR LETTERMonthly we'll post a new topic to write about. Write as much or as little as you'd like.SEND YOUR LETTERRandom Letter Project6929 N Hayden Road C4#502Scottsdale, AZ 85250WAITA random letter from another person who contributed will be dropped in your mailbox when you least expect it.YOUR HOME ADDRESSYah, we never share this info with anyone. All letters come to one location and we swap them from one envelope to another.BUT HOW?When you send your letter, be sure to include your return address on the envelope. We'll use those details to send you a random letter back.YOUR LETTER GETS A NEW ENVELOPEJust want to reiterate - we swap your letter from one envelope to another. Don't worry about your address being on there. It's what we'll use to send you a random letter back.
I tried in November and got my random letter back. No letter received for my December letter, though.
20 January 2022
This letter was sent by Bryon to Canada on 7 March 2020, to be postmarked with the special postmark of the Apple Blossom Festival. But it only get the postmark on 26 October, and reached me on 3 December. I was puzzled when I read it whishing me a happy Spring!
Maybe the festival was delayed, maybe it fell between cabinets in a post office where a janitor eventually found it... Where it was between March and October will remain a postal mystery.
18 January 2022
16 January 2022
A long catalogue of Writers for today's theme in Sunday Stamps...
|Hanna Arendt (1906-1975)|
|Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896)|
|Elizabeth Gaskell (1810-1865)|
|Nella Larsen (1891-1964)|
|Ursula K. Le Guin (1929-2018)|
|Dorothy Parker (1893-1967)|
|Katherine Anne Porter (1890-1980)|
|Anne Spencer (1882-1975)|
|Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950)|
|Freya Stark (1893-1993)|
|Elsa Triolet (1896-1970)|
15 January 2022
13 January 2022
More postcards for my Universities album...
|University of Illinois Walking Past Foellinger (USA)|
|Freiburg im Breisgau. Haupteingang der Universität (Germany)|
Sent by Mary (the USA), Heiner (Germany) and Laura (the UK)
11 January 2022
More postcards made of food packaging...
|From a biscuits box. It features the town of Camprodon.|
|From Bryon (the USA)|
Made of beer packaging. It made me think of...
|From Bryon (the USA)|
09 January 2022
Serbia, 14 July 2021
|Anniversaries and Events in Space Research|
Hungary, 10 November 2015
|Enceladus has geysers of water ice and vapour|
Visions of the Universe
United Kingdom, 11 February 2020
07 January 2022
...2022 is the best year of your life!
Postcard sent by Bryon.
Artwork by Lie (Spain). It says "Happy New Year", too!