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Discussion in 'Hats' started by jimmy the lid, Mar 22, 2010.
VS Black Cherry under the cherry tree
No stick, more blossoms
Still bloody cold today, the blossoms show it.
Nicely done, Rabbit -- it is somehow strangely comforting to see hats photographed in their native habitat...
(Repost of disappeared photo from earlier post)
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Nice, Randooch- what hat is this?
Thanks, feltfan. It's a Stetson No. 1 Quality of unknown age, my favorite western.
Love the lid, love the scene...
I think I know what you mean.
Great scenery, Randall. The hat blends in so well!
Randall love the coast of Orgeon my wife's family if from there. What beach is this? I love walking the beaches with my wife's uncle a retired Logger he knows the coast like the back of his hand.
It's one of the many nameless beaches near Bandon, Ed. Only 2.5 hours from me, and still I only get there a few times per year.
Rabbit, that tree looks like an ent from Tolkien, twisting around to see who's approaching!
Yes, I did think that tree had some personality. Ents live!
Randall and scottyrocks, I think the tree appreciates your compliments. By the way, his name is Snow King.
I love that old cherry tree. Off-topic, here you can see how it's been trimmed over the years.
Yea, pretty neat.
My yard working hat out working in the yard. Just a cheap paper Scala hat I got on sale for $4.00. This hat has been completely smashed several times and even closed in a door of a truck and driven around all day half in and half out.
^I like that one ! ^
I was at a show of slim cesna's auto club and one of the singers always throws his hat on a stick[/IMG]
Hats on a blue-spruce evergreen tree in the backyard.
Vintage Silhoutette Hat family photo: ( included are-Stetson Stratoliner inspired Dove w/charcoal ribbon, Stetson Weston inspired silvermist, Stetson Stratoliner inspired Dove, Stetson Whippet inspired Moss Green, Sahara felt w/ chocolate milk ribbon, Adam Executive inspired Bluesmoke)
The colors and textures of the evergreens offer a terrific canvas for my hats. Oh yes, the hats do not reside in the bows, but are just displayed.
Sticks are good, Eric -
Nice collection, and nice pic SBG!
Great set of hats. I especially like your thin ribbons.
Some images of my hats on sticks! Sorry for reposting pics from the "afield" thread, but seemed appropriate here.