Friday, January 22, 2010

Metamorphisis - You must have a complete change to get the feel

Hobby is NOT something that is DEAD and fixed , Collecting stamps has been a hobby for a long history, a change in the traditional way of collecting stamp is necessary to boost the interest of the collectors - YES, maximaphily chips in perfectly as a branch of philately, it involves with stamps and gives more pleasure in the hunting of postcards and reallising of the maximum cards. Take a ride of the growing trend of the hobby and hope you will enjoy it.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

A Toast ....

A toast to all maximaphilists ... Have another year of fun with realising maximum cards locally and abroad. Cheers .

Friday, January 15, 2010

I Love Maximaphily

I love Maximaphily, I love to realise maximum cards. Maximaphily is a branch of philately which allows a philatelist to create a philatelic product of his own. No one can print a stamp, however, one can freely produce a maximum card. Maximaphily is fun filled, exciting and satisfying. If you have NOT started to create a maximum card of your own, start now ... it is never too late to it.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

The days when we were young ...

When we were lads, we were wild. We used to catch fish in the streams, looking for fighting spiders, flying kites in the fields, those days were filled with fun and joy. Glad to see stamps are going "young" and better with the Maximaphily, I can create whatever I like with the stamps attached on it.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

A card I realised ages ago ....

 That was many years back I did this MC without knowledge of the FIP rules and guidelines. A complete set of stamps was affixed on the card, of course, as reviewed by the current FIP rules and guidelines for Maximaphily, this card does NOT qualify to be a maximum card by definition. However, this is one of the early cards I have realised, I still treasure it in my album. 

Monday, January 11, 2010

The King of all fruits - Durian

This is the King of all Fruits of Malaysia - the DURIAN. Durian is a seasonal fruit, normally, the tree bears fruit twice a year. Durian will be seen everywhere when the fruit bearing season approaches. Most of the Malaysians like to eat the fruit, however, most of the foreigners seem to deter away from it for the strong scent it has.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

1 MALAYSIA dessert - Ice Kacang

Ice Kacang OR "ABC" is a cold dessert favoured by Malaysians of all races. This dessert is Sold by all corners of Malaysia , hence, it can be qualified as a typical 1-MALAYSIA food .