Free stuff for my loyal readers!

Photographic Art by Russel Ray Photos

I will email you a free postage stamp, similar to this:

Maelee stamp

Tall or wide stamp.

You may choose any photo out of my galleries at Fine Art America or I can use a digital photo that you provide (you’ll need to email it to me at Make it the highest resolution you have available for the best quality stamp.

So what do YOU have to do? That’s easy!

Leave a comment below telling me that you are sending me a digital file or letting me know which picture from my galleries at Fine Art America you would like me to use for your stamp.

That’s it!


Only one stamp per person, but there is no limit to the number of people, so comment away!

Also, remember that there is free stuff over here, too: Free calendar page, any month, any year.

Both of these make super birthday gifts, anniversary gifts, and more:

Uses for Photographic Art

Pictures copyright 2012 Russel Ray Photos

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24 thoughts on “Free stuff for my loyal readers!

  1. T Ibara Photo

    Wow, that is very generous of you 🙂
    Although I can’t US stamps here, it would be great to have one as a souvenir.
    If it’s not too much trouble, I’d like one of (your favourite) photo of Zoey the Cat?
    I would be more than happy to send you one of my photo postcards in return.


  2. bldee3

    Rusellthat is very generous of you. When my computer friend comes on Thursday, I’ll send you one of my photos that I like a lot, although I also love your work and can think of some I’d love to own. Thanks so much. Ronda Dee

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  4. awax1217

    i am interested in a calendar of great homes. My son is a broker and does mortgages. This is a present for his birthday. Let me know the cost and where to contact you.


          1. awax1217

            My second nominee is McLean House. It is where Lee surrendered to Grant ending the Civil War.
            Others I might include is the Plantation of Tara, the log cabin of Abraham Lincoln, the futuristic work of Frank Lloyd Wright, the house of Franklin D. Roosevelt in up state New York, the tenements in New York City, The Alamo, a house on stilts near the Wright Brothers flight. and on and on. What do you think? Does it have merit?



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