The U.S. Postal Service is debuting 15 new forever postage stamps: One is an aerial photograph of logs floating in an unidentified Idaho river, bound for a sawmill. Idahos Latin motto, esto perpetua, which means let it endure forever, could apply to the stamps, which always will cost 45 cents apiece.
Whos the photographer? Tennesseean Tom Brakefield took the photo while riding in an ultra-light aircraft in 2005.
The stamps are part of the Earthscapes series It explores some of the nations most visually striking natural, agricultural and urban landscapes from the air several hundred feet to several hundred miles high.
What else do we get to see? Fog drifting over Utahs Monument Valley, highways resembling a basket weave, icebergs bobbing in a lake and more. Get the stamps: They will be available Oct. 1 in post offices nationwide.