My stamped pages (composite). Each time a passport checker reaches for their stamp I concentrate with all the power of my mind on visualizing them giving me a perfectly positioned, well-inked, unsmeared mark, hoping beyond hope that the psychic waves will influence them into compliance. Obviously, it pretty much never works out.
Page 7: Bahamas and Uruguay.
Page 8: Peru and Chile
Page 9: Argentinian chaos!!!
Page 10: My sad and meager European stamps. From a passport stamp perspective, the E.U. blows goats: I visited a million countries but got only 3 stamps, two of which are some dystopian standard design! :-( On the bright side, I suppose, is that I did not have to wait a million hours in a million lines to get stamped.
Page 12: South Africa temporary residence permit. I like how one of the conditions is that you don't become a prohibited or undesireable person.
Page 19: Return from South Africa.
Page 24: Admission ticket for Chile.