A Postal Patchwork of Stamps and Service

Coloradans John and Jim Wark take aerial photographs from their Husky airplane. Five of Jim’s photos are featured in the new sheet of 20 Earthscapes Forever stamps, available now at Post Offices and at http://www.usps.com/shop.

The November edition of Your Postal Podcast takes us intothewild, blue yonder to learn the stories behind several of the photos used to create the new Earthscapes Forever Postage Stamps. You’ll meet the photographer responsible for five of the bird’s-eye-view landscapes used on the stamps.

You’ll also hear how a Missouri business owner for whom the saying, “A stitch in time saves nine” rings true after he discovered big savings by shipping hiscompany’s quilting supplies via Priority Mail.

Head over to YourPostalPodcast to listen to these and other interesting stories. While there, be sure to leave a comment for a chance to win collectible stamp.

One of the stamps is a surreal view of a geothermal spring at Yellowstone National Park.

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