I’m not a collector of stamps but most anyone can appreciate a little Elvis to brighten one’s day. I have this small sheet of 29 cent Elvis stamps issued by the US Postal Service commemorating the life of “The King”. They are in mint new condition and haven’t been used. Makes a great gift for yourself or a fan. They’ll be mailed flat and secure and sent via USPS Priority Mail for free!
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Genuine US Postal Service Issued Elvis Stamps – Gem Mint Condition
As issued by the US Postal Service in 1993. This colorful Elvis Presley stamp set would make a beautiful addition to any collection. Perfect for even the casual fan. You'll get all 10 stamps in perfect mint new condition. I'll even mail them FOR FREE in the USA via USPS Priority Mail with tracking info and insurance! Pay securely via PayPal.
Lion Country Safari is located in Palm Beach County, Florida. It’s one of the better “drive-thru” safari parks in the US. Here are a few images from a trip back in October 1993.
Camera and Film: Canon F-1 with Canon FD 80-200mm Zoom Lens on Kodak Kodacolor
Scanner: Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II
These next two images were taken at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens (Florida) in 1999 OR at Busch Gardens, Tampa Bay OR at Lion Country Safari – I’m sorry to say that I didn’t record their origin properly.
The markings on these zebra are amazing – if you look closely it’s actually difficult to distinguish where one animal begins and another ends when they are in a herd.
Here’s a great link to the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens with some interesting info about these zebras.
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I believe this image is from around 1947 – I’m not positive about the exact date but there are many signs that it’s at least the late 1940s. Eastern Air Lines operated DC-3’s until about 1953.
This picture was taken at a local Jacksonville hotel which had on display a series of historical photos of J’ville back in the day. The image is of an Eastern DC-3 parked on the ramp in front of the Imeson Control Tower at the Jacksonville Imeson Airport.
This colorized postcard was made from that image and was a well-known postcard of the day depicting Jacksonville. I believe the title on the card is wrong as the airport was not known as the Jacksonville Municipal Airport post World War II.
Make note of the Sailor walking towards the building (lower left) – a common site around the airport as Jacksonville is a “Navy Town”.
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My country divided… again and again over everything! Maybe this is how Congress should decide the issues… accords and compromises are non existent under this political climate with the “Divider in Chief” at the helm.
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We decided to take a trip back in time in response to this week’s challenge – Pedestrian
Yokohama, Japan 1979
Friendly police and happy shoppers – At Motomachi, Yokohama. Photo by Chris – Canon F-1
New York City, USA c1940
Fashionable pedestrians stepping out in NYC in the late 1930s or early 1940s. The beautiful lady on the far right is my mom. Unknown photographer.
Cannes, France 1986
Summer strolling along Rue Louis Blanc – The French Riviera – Photo by Chris – Canon F-1
Three different decades – Three different countries – All pedestrians through time.
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241 years and still goin’ strong!