This week, Ailsa has chosen Hats for her Weekly Travel Theme. I’m sure I have a few, but strapped for time I shall make do with these two:

Shadow of a hat wearer

Shadow of a hat wearer


Artist in an English Garden




  1. It’s a pity this challenge wasn’t set in the 1950s, you would have had hats in every shot then.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I love hats, that’s a great topic. My favourite is the second photo; it wouldn’t have been complete without the hat. Lovely work, Sue. Have a great weekend!
    The Fab Four Xx

  3. Gorgeous hat images, Sue. 🙂

  4. Aha, a selfie, unless you were in a strange position? 🙂

    • Sue

      Yes, Gilly! I’m not given to taking selfies, but I noticed my shadow on the ground whilst lining up for a shot, and just snapped it quickly!! 😎

  5. Oh, this is clever! I have some artists in hats and berets that I could have used if only I’d thought of them! I do like the shot of your artist very much, captured him in deep concentration.

  6. Nice hat/shadow selfie. 🙂

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