Monday, March 30, 2009

Oddshots Monday > Hat Tree


I don't set this stuff up, it's just there. The odd thing is, right down the road from this hat tree, I saw another one on another property. There's something going on...

Yesterday, GDP passed passed the 10,000 visitor mark and I'd like to thank everyone who has stopped by and most especially those who have taken a moment to leave a comment. Much appreciated.

Visit Katney's Kaboodle to see the rest of the Oddshots from around the planet

And the Monochrome Monday Maniacs are here.

Cheers!

Leica M3, 50mm Summicron, 1/250s @ f4, Kodak BW400CN

13 comments:

RuneE said...

many mushroom,s have hats, so that is my suggestion.

Aileni said...

You could Deja Vu that one with BJ.

Linnea W said...

That is funny, isn't it? Great shot. That hat really pops out!

Daryl said...

That is odd .. maybe its like a secret signal .. if the hats on the tree its not safe to come home ...

Bibi said...

Interesting...today I saw three trees not far from one another, and each had a hula hoop in its branches... Kids, I guess, playing a game of arboreal ring toss!

Carolina said...

A puzzling image. The other comments made me laugh ;-)

Virginia said...

Hopalong Cassidy had a hat like that. Now that's amazing, Snap.
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GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Thanks to your post Snapper, we googled "Lensbaby" and just now learned what it is. Unfortunately, we don't have a store that carries them locally but would love to try one. We're pretty basic with our Nikon D80, 18-135 mm Nikon lens, and OLD version of iPhoto. When we get the time, we'll learn Aperture as we need a better way to catalog and retrieve our 15,000 photos!

Do you use Lensbaby? If so, please stop back by and tell us about it!

Love your Monochromatic Oddshot Monday. You and Babooshka had the same great idea!

keithsramblings said...

Target practice!! Nice one.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

LOL, great shot.

Bob Crowe said...

Congratulations on your milestone. it is a mark of both perseverance and quality.

There is no concept of hat tree here in the Midwest. if i saw one of these I might think a cowboy had lost his way.

Babooshka said...

Congrats on 10,000 visitors, They will have found a treasure trove here. I know damn well you sisn;t have to set this up I find all sorts of things in the woods.

raf said...

A third one nearby would make a hat trick. Congrats on the ten grand marker, Snap! Not surprising.