Sunday, May 27, 2012
Grímsey is a small island in the country of Iceland. Grímsey is the northernmost inhabited Icelandic territory; the islet of Kolbeinsey lies further north, but is uninhabited. The closest land is the island of Flatey, Skjálfandi, 39.4 kilometres (24.5 mi) to the south. The Arctic Circle runs through the island, while the entirety of mainland Iceland lies south of the Arctic Circle. It is located on 66°33′N 18°00′W .
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
THIS COVER WAS SEND TO DAVIS STATION TO BE CANCELLED AT THE AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY. IT WAS SEND ON 01.09.2011, POSTMARKED ON 30.01.2012 AND ARRIVED ON 10.05.2012. THANKS ALOT TO THE POSTMASTER AT THE BASE TO MAKE THIS COVER A WONDERFUL ONE.
BELOW IS THE BACK SIDE OF THE COVER WITH SEVERAL CANCELLATION FROM THE DAVIS STATION.