The U.S Postal Service just released some new forever stamps that feature very nice birds-eye views of Earth. The new collection is called Earthscapes (Forever).
There are fifteen different landscapes that come in three flavours: natural, agricultural and urban.
Some of the photos are satellite pictures that have been cropped and sized-down; others come from photographers who took their pictures from a plane.
If you’re still into mailing letters, these are must-have item to impress your friends.
Salt is harvested from seawater in evaporation ponds near San Francisco, California. Algae changes the colour of the water.
Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge on Maryland's Eastern Shore. The 25,000-acre park is a safe-haven for fox squirrels and bald eagles.
Early 20th-century steam locomotives are worked at the Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
A satellite view of Mount St. Helens in Washington state, the shades of white and grey are still-bare slopes after the 1980 eruption.
The centre of Grand Prismatic Spring in Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park where water temperatures can hit 190 degrees Fahrenheit.
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