Discussion in 'Hats' started by jimmy the lid, Mar 22, 2010.
Lids photographed in their natural environment, the way God intended it...
I thought this was going to about all the super skinny guys from the trip...:eusa_doh: lol lol
The Borsalino makes that stick look too thin.
Jimmy, I would respectfully disagree that the environment should be totally natural. For instance, this fine Champ boxbow requires the fine finish and braided cord of an ivory-handled walking stick, combined with the natural environment, in order to excel.
A Garden Hose Runs Through It!!! lol
lol lol lol lol lol That is as funny as "The Pose"! My ribs hurt!
Ditto. That's funny as h*ll right there. :eusa_clap
Point well-taken, Mr. P!
AH-HAH! I now know where all those brand new vintage hats come from! You guys in the secret hat society are sharing a newly found cache of hat seeds. I never knew they grew on those stems. You can see that Mr P's more southerly location has yielded a hat blossom that is not fully dormant as indicated by the green hue.
30s Mannion Leaf Weight
Where can I buy a bush like that I ask myself?
"Hat Blossom" -- very nice, suitedcboy! It's really amazing when you pass a field full of these -- an incredible sight.
Zetwal -- very nice photo of a "leaf weight" in its native habitat. :eusa_clap :eusa_clap :eusa_clap
Why do I keep thinking of "jalapeno on a steek!"?
On a "metal" rod stick
My Stetsondraceae was thriving, until this latest blast of cold Michigandian weather hit us here in the SE corner of the state. Poor thing lost all of its hat blossoms; had to move it back in the house. Hopefully it'll warm back up soon enough, so I can transplant it outside for good for the season, and take pics when its in full bloom.
Col Littleton Slipper Stick
just found $5 antique store Fox umbrella
Very valuable contributions, Lefty. Well done! :eusa_clap :eusa_clap :eusa_clap
I'm especially fond of the "butter stick"
I bet it creases like....wait for it......butter!!!! lol lol lol
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