Sunday, 27 November 2016

20th Century Inventions - Sunday Stamps II

This theme proved much harder than I expected, in fact I nearly failed. It was only admiring someone's dog that reminded me of - 

Great Britain - 5 September 1989
Now there are chips in everything.

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7 comments:

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Bob ... well remembered ... I had a pack of those from my mother ... I gave most of my stamps away, but kept a few sets as prompts for blog posts perhaps ... this society is apparently the oldest organisation of its kind in the world ... Yes I can see why a dog reminded you ... and now every dog will do the same! Cheers Hilary

Eva A. said...

I le this one, never seen to me. On the contrary, I found this theme rather easy, and I had to leave a lot of stamps out!

FinnBadger said...

Great stamp, and great choice for today.

Joy said...

Strange way the mind works but a good way to remember these stamps. Always fascinating to look through a microscope.

Heleen said...

A beautiful microscopic view! I have seen several things under microscope, varying from leaves to bacterias/yeast to various types of human cells. Anyhow this view is unusual to me, and I love it! Thank you for sharing, Bob!

Maria said...

I didn't know that dogs are being microchipped now until now, Bob! Thanks so much for sharing. I've always joked with my partner that by the time we have our own children, it will be an age where society microchips them too ... scary idea to be honest.

VioletSky said...

It took me a moment to make the connection with this stamp and a dog!