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Hubbard County photographer Richard Hamilton Smith's aerial picture of a cherry orchard in Door County, Wisconsin, is now featured in a series of U.S. Postal Service stamps called "Earthscapes."

Hubbard County photographer's forever stamp print went on sale Monday

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Hubbard County photographer's forever stamp print went on sale Monday
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A Hubbard County photographer's forever stamp went on sale nationwide Monday.

Richard Hamilton Smith shot an aerial photo of a cherry orchard in Door County, Wis., years ago that was finally released in a series of stamps Oct. 1.

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The process took four years. The cherry orchard is one of 15 photographs issued as part of the "Earthscapes" stamp set.

The Hubbard County man is probably most well known locally for the photograph that graced Minnesota's sesquicentennial stamp, a river scene taken in Winona.

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Sarah Smith
Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers courts, business and breaking news in addition to outdoors events.
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