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We have stamps with various bonsai on them. It was the only one they had with any kind of plant on it, but it is a tiny rural post office.
I didn't know you had that hobby, Dinu--I've always enjoyed your photography, though. You sure have a lot of pretty stamps. Thanks for sharing this with us!
KyWoods, I used to collect coins also. Now both Philately and Numismatics have become stagnant. I too have lost the enthusiasm for them, because of changing times, interests and activities, esp. among the new generation. I'm really at a loss thinking about what I'd do with esp. the stamp collection.
I've just posted this picture on my facebook wall.
There are more 'attractive distractions' for the newer generations as I told and they are really succumbing to them. Even Shortwave Radio listening was a very popular hobby and there are/were many clubs with enthusiastic members. But I don't know as of now as many radio stations have gone online with the advent of internet. They also had to cut down costs and divert.