I'm very late posting this, although it's still Saturday. As I'm not a hat-wearer, nor is anyone in this household, I hadn't thought I would have anything to contribute. Then lateral thinking came into play, as I reviewed some pictures I took yesterday in the Corrèze département in France. So here we are, a rather hastily put-together entry for the PhotoHunt.
I saw a hill wearing a straw sun-hat. (Turenne, where its strategic position allowed it to resist Viking invasions and escape royal power from as early as the 11th century.)
I saw chimneys wearing academic mortarboards, and church spires wearing hats that defy description. (Collonges, built almost entirely of red stone.)
And I saw a building in Brive wearing a beanie.
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