The stamps harvested from letters tell their own story – the life story of the recipient – their personal history and geography.
Both senders and recipients are gone, but not forgotten. The written word endures after the writer is gone – never forgotten.
For the Daily Post photo challenge Gone but not forgotten.
In memorium: 22 March 1932 – 29 November 2014.
5 comments on “Gone but not forgotten – a life in letters”
Didn’t have you tagged for a philatelist, Donald!
Not me. K’s mum.
Reblogged this on Dr D in Oz and commented: