Mazatlán is Paradise
Sombreros!!! That mariachi sombrero is beautiful; they can be very expensive.
totally awesome they are amazingso beautiful
What a wonderful collage of hats. Sombreros where I'm from too...
Lots of great Hats here
Love those hat. They always make me think of happy dancing.
I think this is one of my favorites! Love the hats!!
Good job! I haven't seen any hats yet! :D
Love the hats!!! I posted a hat on my ABC Art Project for R ~~ It was a "RED" hat.
This day had to be yours.H as sombrero !
S for Sombrero, obviously LOL !!!I just love them all.Kate, may I use your blog to relay an important message ?LATEST NEWS: 24 HOURS AGAINST INTERNET CENSORSHIP PLEASE TAKE ACTIONThis morning I heard on the radio that Reporters Sans Frontières (Reporters Without Borders http://www.rsf.org/ ) is lauching today the first International Online Free Expression Day, a worldwide cyber demonstration against government censorship on the Internet. Why is it important? A total of 63 cyber-dissidents are currently in jail worldwide for using their right to free expression on the Internet. China continues to be the world’s biggest prison for online journalists and bloggers.You can help! To denounce government censorship of the Internet and to demand more online freedom, please come and protest: TODAY AND TODAY ONLY (from 12th March 11 am to 13th March 11 am Paris time) you can take part in the 24-hour online demonstration that will take place on Tien An Men square in Beijing and in one of the nine countries that have been identified as "enemies of the internet": China, Burma, Vietnam, North Korea, Egypt, Cuba, Erythrea, Tunisia and Turkmenistan . Just click on http://www.rsf.org/ and follow the prompts: you will chose an alias (your virtual character), a slogan for your banner and the city where you wish to demonstrate. We need huge numbers! The blogging community can make a difference. Please relay this appeal and take action.(please note you cannot action before 11 a.m. Paris time)
Kate, that's a lovely collection of sombreros stacked for folks to purchase and keep the sun from their heads! Very creative and fun touch.-KimSeattle Daily Photo
Hey - hats!Excellent, hoped there'd be some.
I need to have something on my head at all time when I'm out of doors. Maybe I should look a bit further, though...Great post!
Just what you need to make you feel glad - a large rimmed, colorful hat to wear of dance around or smootch behind orLove it :)
That`s a great H-post,lovely hats:o)
either one, I like the one in the upper right.
The sombrero would not be the best choice here with the windy weather we have at the moment! When will we see the photo with you and the sombrero? ... or did you just buy a hat?
Your H's made me smile .. great
Wonderful collage of hats!! Great H!Have a nice day:)
Hats is a good one. You found some interesting hats too.
These are functional for where you're living!Hereabouts, you rarely see anyone wearing a real 'hat'. A formless stocking-like thing or cap, yes.Hat, no.
Here in Bergen (Norway) it is not so much sun, but I can use it as an umbrella, can't I???Great H post:D
Wow, that hat (sombrero) top right is magnificent. Wonderful collage, Kate.
How handsome anyone wearing that black or that blue one could be!
Beautiful! I'm in love with that black and white one!
Great hats! I love them.
Love those big hats!!
Gorgeous collage! I live in St. Paul too and have enjoyed reading some of your other postings.Thanks for sharing the sombreros!
Awesome! Great choice for "H" day!I think I still have one of those mariachi sombreros tucked away in a closet somewhere!
FAB Hats, Kate! Love those at the top right corner!!
Great post for the letter H. I like all the hats.
Caramba sombrero !!!
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Nice collection of hats; I could do with one of these at the moment - the outside sun is so fierce; we're in the middle of a heat-wave.
Sombreros! Definitely sombreros.
Sombreros - & like many have already said - the top right photo has the best ones.
Hombre! Hombre!!! Arriba!!! Arriba!!!! Ai-ai-ai-ai!!!!!!(hehehehehe)
....or HEADGEAR! Either way, they are stunning. I bought an ENORMOUS sombrero in Spain when I was 14, I even got on the front page of the local newspaper wearing it when we arrived in Capetown! Wonder what ever happened to it??? Are you taking one home with you?
I love the Mexican hats....good choice!! I wish I had the need for a good sombrero!!!
Thank you for your visit.Indeed, the sculptors of Cerisy La Salle (See the Permanent link)are very clever.Awesome choice of hats!The embroideries of one sombrero are wonderful !Miss Yves
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