5 Responses

  1. AA
    AA at |

    I love looking through my passport.. but not as much as I used to. The old US passport had lighter pages so you could actually read the stamps. The new one has some ridiculous dark artwork on most of the pages, masking whatever gets stamped there. Not to mention most countries seem to stamp so lightly you can barely read them, and half of them end up overlapping other stamps. I’m not asking for everything in perfect alignment, but it would be nice to go back and read the dates and places!

  2. smittytabb
    smittytabb at |

    Love this post. And yes, I do that also with my passport and did so as recently as yesterday. I need another set of pages and guess this will be the last time I can add to a passport. Need to schedule an appointment soon.

  3. ptahcha
    ptahcha at |

    Cool pic, but yes clearly photoshopped.

    Along with passport stamps, should add visa stamps to the collection as well.

    Also, any extra points for having both the old and new stamps?

  4. Corey
    Corey at |

    Perusing my 1997-2007 passport was much more fun than my 2007-2017 passport. As a frequent business traveler, it looks like this: Heathrow, Toronto, Heathrow, Heathrow, Toronto, Toronto, Heathrow, Toronto, (got NEXUS), Heathrow, Heathrow, Heathrow…

  5. Jenn Vargas
    Jenn Vargas at |

    It might be fake, but I really wouldn’t mind that as a print for my wall!
    I had to send my passport in for renewal last month so now it’s empty and sad. I wish they’d just tack on an updated information page and more stamp pages instead of giving us a new book every time.