Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Three Cliffs Bay, Wales

One more card for today, this one from dear Anu, sent of course, ages ago :)

I really don't know why I am neglecting Wales on this blog, and I swear it is not on purpose!! This is just like my second Welsh card ever on this blog, and I have quite a number received from there, so I really don't know why do I not let them see the light of the day.

This gorgeous view shows the Three Cliffs Bay, a bay on the south coast of the Gower Peninsula in the City and County of Swansea, Wales. The bay takes its name from the three sea cliffs that jut out into the bay (well, of course).
The sea cliffs are limestone, about 20 m high, and are a popular destination for rock climbers - the largest of the Three Cliffs is easily climbed if approached from the grassy base.

always a fantastic choice of stamps by Anu!! From left to right: a Christmas stamp from a set of 3 issued in 1971, with this one representing the Adoration of the Kings. Next to it is a butterfly stamp from a set of 4 issued in 1981, where on this one you can see the Small Tortoiseshell. The third stamp was issued in 1974 in a set of 4 Winston Churchill stamps, while the last one is from that UK from A to Z set - this one was issued in 2001 and shows the Glastonbury Tor.

Anu, thank you for another lovely card with lovely stamps!

And everyone, thanks for reading :)

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