Sunday 19 October 2014


The beautiful colours of autumn on the card please me so much that I have in fact posted it before (two years ago) but Sunday Stamps gives me the opportunity this time to show the stamp.  I'm showing the se-tenant strip because I think it's both attractive and clever.  All four seasons are shown, trees reflecting on water.  Not only that, the names SUOMI and FINLAND are shown in reflection on the two stamps and so too the denominations.

Other seasonal stamps I've found have been mainly mushrooms.

From Poland, the Mushrooms in Polish forests series, issued in August 2012

From Taiwan, the Wild Mushrooms series, issued in March 2010

One of  a set of 4 values showing Edible mushrooms, issued in September 2013

That made my mouth water so I had mushrooms for lunch, but they weren't wild.

This is a post for Sunday Stamps, now hosted by Violet Sky at "See it on a Postcard!"


  1. The mirror stamps are so beautiful! Also the mushrooms, of course. Do you know this blog:

  2. I love stamps from Finland, whenever anyone posts them I am always saying how wonderful they look, and these are no exception.

  3. I was lucky enough to be sent the Finnish stamps, they are both clever and attractive. A nice selection of mushroom stamps, I love the Polish ones in their natural setting.

  4. We have had especially pretty fall colors here this year.


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