A couple at the summer job:
A couple at the summer job:
'There is a fine line between art and fondling.'
Very, very nice photos, gentlemen!
Neo: I like the Campdraft, but that Bone Moorelite is really special. I thought nearly all of your photos were taken on-campus?
Fletch: Wonderful photos of some beautiful lids. That first, small picture of you walking in the rain is very atmospheric. Perfect.
gtdean48: Love the great pics, especially the one of you dove hunting.
Dan: Many thanks!
Lefty: What an incredible montage of beautiful photographs. Odd that I could see your photos displayed in larger format in my advanced reply screen, than in the actual thread. Feel free to repost them individually again, whenever the mood strikes.
jlee562: So did you take any hats back with you to Taiwan, perhaps your Penman? Love to see some photos of you sporting your lids from your trip.
yookee: A great example of Art's extraordinary gift. Very distinctive lid.
scottyrocks: Great photos! You wear all of those hats so well, with a comfortable yet confident air.
I am throughly enjoying the great images posted thus far. Keep them coming!
Sporting Hückel Super Sport. Forest near Freising, Bavaria.
yookee: Thank you, it's my favorite vintage lid as well.
Dreispitz: Great photo. Looks like Spring is just around the corner for you.
Domingo, ponte el sombrero y vamos.
Lefty, my kids would dig that Sponge Bob lid...You've got some kind of style
Stetson Temple, at the village in Southern China where my paternal grandfather was born.
Trekking through the hillsides of southern China, wearing an "Indy Hat" seemed to make sense
in the lobby of the Grand Hotel in Taipei.
[QUOTE=jlee562;1177745Stetson Temple, at the village in Southern China where my paternal grandfather was born.
Stetson Temple! I thought that was the name of the place. Gee, I thought, there is considerable devotion to an American hat company in that part of Taiwan. Actually that interpretation would fit in with the hat you sport there.
AL: wonderful idea for a threat. Candid shots. Hats in action! Here is my contribution.
Dark Olive, beaver, Cavanagh Edge by GW (Gary White)
VS, Whiskey, Beaver, dimensional brim
Black Borsalino in Montreal, raining
Sand colored, Mink/Beaver mix, made by GW. At the bowling alley for my granddaughters birthday.
Brown, Cavanagh Edge, Beaver, made by GW. Yes, I wear my hats indoors while at home.
Panizza Ediston, light gray, in Burlington, VT.
Brown Borsalino while visiting Canada's Quebec City. (you really need to check this place out).
Having fun at the Hoover Dam with a straw hat purchased while in the AZ-TEX hat shop in AZ.
Wearing my Optimo 1000 on Christmas Day. It's my house and I can wear my hat indoors if I want to, darn it!
Pictures of My Colony of Fine Beavers. Now crafting my own "gentleman's city hats and westerns" of the finest quality. I do not do this as a business. Just a hobby for myself. Plus lots of needle felted items such as hats, blankets, feather displays, animals, and felt "paintings".