There are three stamps in the rural row that feature farming, even though they seem rather abstract at first.
I have these stamps, just haven't brought myself to use them yet.
For more farming and farm animal stamps, visit Sunday Stamps and click on the links.
Yes I think they would be difficult to part with but certainly have a lot of potential for your mail art.ReplyDelete
I'm just waiting for the perfect match for the remaining stamps.Delete
I think I've seen the first one before, and thought it was some abstract painting!ReplyDelete
Love the aerial views. Seeing patchwork quilt patterns of farms and fields from an airplane, for me, makes the flying bit worthwhile.
Everything about these stamps appeals to me.Delete
Interesting stamps, especially the first design. I've never thought of a cranberry havest before. Are the figures standing in a vat of cranberries?ReplyDelete
They grow in cranberry bogs, I guess like a natural vat.Delete
These are wow, and I totally missed them...thanks for sharing them!ReplyDelete
One of my favorite sets, glad you also like them.Delete
and there is a jigsaw puzzle of that sheet of stamps which is very coolReplyDelete
That's actually how I bought the stamp sheet - the puzzle comes with a set of stamps. I thought I'd rather get that rather than pay the high price for this sheet on eBay.Delete
Incredible, amazing stamps, and so original in this Sunday Stamps' theme!ReplyDelete
I noticed that the 2nd and 3rd ones are photos but still cannot believe the 1st one is an aerial view, too!
They make me curious to see also the 'nature' and 'urban' serie. Maybe for a future Sunday stamps theme!??
Thank you for sharing!
I'll have to remember to show the rest if they fit the theme. I already showed one on the theme of ships, and the roundhouse on the theme of trains - so 7 left to go.Delete
These are great. They remind me a Spanish recent film called "La isla mínima" (Translated as 'Mashland'). The images at the beginning could fit well on stamps!ReplyDelete
Aerial views are sometimes intriguing.
Sounds interesting. And seeing things from planes is always interesting - they often seem unrecognizable.Delete