Sunday, 14 February 2016

Red is the Colour

2002: Love
There is a certain lack of hearts and flowers among my collection when I try to theme 'red' with Valentines Day but starting with this vibrant stamp may just do
2007: Flowers
Saying it with flowers, a gerbera daisy symbolises happiness and was sent to his sweetheart
1909: Penny Dominion
across the seas from her beau (she can't resist a uniform)
2011: The Genius of Gerry Anderson (Captain Scarlet)
and beguiled him with dance
1965: Balkan Games
and long telephone conversations (while he was out saving the world from the Mysterons).
2015: Inventive Britain (Fibre Optics)
An entry to Sunday Stamps II theme - the colour red - see red on See It On A Postcard



Eva A. said...

I love your red collection!

Bob Scotney said...

The New Zealand stamp is superb. Oops, I forget it was Valentines Day.

FinnBadger said...

I love your story told in red. Very nice stamps,with two from some of my favorite royal mail sets, Gerry Anderson and Inventive Britain.

Ana said...

at first I thought that last one was some space-related stamp, depicting some planet or star...really cool one :)

Chris Overstreet said...

Doesn't the Queen usually face the left? Perhaps she became confused inside that fiber optic cable.

VioletSky said...

Yes, it looks wrong seeing the Queen face the other way!
I seem to have missed out on that little bit of culture with Captain Scarlet - never heard of him until now.