Saturday, March 24, 2012

Round Robin: What Have You Got on Your Head?

River Song: What in the name of sanity have you got on your head?
The Doctor: It's a fez. I wear a fez now. Fezzes are cool.
(Amy snatches the fez and throws it into the air, where River blasts it to smithereens.)

For the Round Robin Challenge: Hats and Headwear, I asked to see, well, an interesting hat or headwear. Hats aren't nearly as popular as they once were, but still I see them from time to time, and not just baseball caps, either. Here are some recent sightings:

Joyce T. at El Charro Cafe in November.

Jon R. often wears a sun hat when he's out and about.

Jon wears his green plastic "Irish" bowler to the St. Patrick's Day dinner at St. Michael's.

Bishop Kirk Smith in the traditional mitre.

No need to take off the camo hats while eating lunch! 

Now let's check out some more hats and headwear:

Linking List
as of Saturday, March 24th at 11:54 AM MST

Karen - Posted!
Outpost Mâvarin

Jama - Posted!
Sweet Memories

Kara - Posted!
Notes from the tiny napping house

And it's not too late to post your own hat shots!


Jama said...

Hats are not popular here too, it's much easier to find someone wearing a cap than a hat. Of course, hijab (muslim headgear) are a common scenery among our multi racial citizens.

Carly said...

Hi Karen

You always provide such a lovely variety of examples of the subject! All those happy faces and then a contrast of the tired looking soldiers makes for an amazing study. WELL DONE M'dear.

Carly :)