Sunday, September 18, 2016

Stamps: Ukraine Flora - Trees



The theme for Sunday Stamps this week is fruits and nuts.

Here are a few Ukraine stamps, counterclockwise:

50K - Horse Chestnut, issued on 3 Feb 2012
40K - Walnut, issued 14 January 2012
5K - European rowan, issued 3 Feb 2012
3K - Small leaved lime, issued 24 Jan 2012

~maria


7 comments:

  1. Pretty set, I especially like the horse chestnut leaf detail.

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  2. We have walnuts falling from trees at the moment - it's fun watching the squirrels running around with them in their mouths. Not so much fun is when they fall on your head. Or beside your coffee cup!

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  3. The walnuts are ripe now!

    I love these four stamps, the designs showing both fruit/nuts and leaves are so beautiful!

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  4. We get squirrels burying walnuts in our lawn although there is not a wlanut tree in the vicinity, Fine set.

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  5. Very beautiful stamps. I'd never seen them.

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  6. The walnuts in ourneighbpurhood are taken by jackdaws and wild rose-ringed parakeets (!) into higher trees or roofs, and from there thrown on the ground, in order to open them. Might indeed be dangerous, one nut fell, from 4 m height, less than two meters besides my head :-)

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  7. The walnuts in our neighbourhood are taken by jackdaws and wild rose-ringed parakeets (!) into higher trees or roofs, and from there thrown on the ground, in order to open them. Might indeed be dangerous: one nut fell, from 4 m height, less than two meters besides my head :-)

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