I have had one of those long standing battles with my aging PC this week and have been backing up everything full speed (dead slow). That should guarantee the aging PC will stagger on for another few months so that I can't justify buying a nice whizzy fast one just yet. So I apologise for not having visited people. I should do better .
Astrology evaded me but I found a few examples of astronomy and this one made me smile. A rather puzzled smile but a smile.
The set of stamps, here shown as PHQ stamp cards, was issued in 1991 to mark Europe in Space and the work at the observatory in the Canary Islands. They were designed by a Belgian artist (sticking to the European theme) and apparently are intended to make people wonder. Yes, they do that. One pair symbolises man looking out to space and the other someone looking back at man.
This is a post for Sunday Stamps, in its new home at See it on a Postcard!