You've got to take your hat off to Sepia Saturday contributors. Whatever the prompt, whatever the obscure image I come up with, they always seem to find images to match. This week I am asking them to think about hats - bit hats, small hats, colourful hats, hats with flowers on them - any kind of hat they want. Just take a hat, feature it in a post, post that post on or around Saturday 13th May 2023, and add a link to the list below. It's as easy as that (which rhymes with hat). And here are some other things that rhyme with hats - are next theme images.
I either am losing my marbles, or this cataract change in vision (without any glasses to have a new prescription till they "settle" is just making reading very iffy.
Two studio wedding photos from 1930 - my grandparents, and my grandmother's sister + her husband. I'm afraid no hats; but both brides are wearing veils.
No shortage of hats in my family collection - so take a look down the decades to what our ancestors were wearing.
A 1909 photo of the congregation of Witherspoon United Presbyterian Church with my grandparents and many fancy hats.
Not on topic, but sepia photos of a geyser/fountain nearby with the railroad workers memorial more recently installed.
Putting my A-to-Z Challenge 2021 hat back on for a story about an unexpected artifact from my teen years. Hint: It's about a brick wall :-)
I've got a grand hat to fit this theme. It's a long post but I think it tells a good story of this unusual "hat". And very musical of course.
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