Friday, April 27, 2012

More Partial Stories About Glass Hats


Its inscrutable combination of muscle and finesse bears evidence of endless tweaking.

19 comments:

Geo. said...

Remarkable piece of work. How does one plan a thing like that?

Inspiring Scent Of Rain said...

a glass hat in a glass house...sure glad i'm no politician here.

kbbuddingwriter said...

The hat is absolutely stunning. No function, though. All fancy.

Jon said...

Don't throw stones at cowboys wearing glass hats!

Jéanne said...

That's gorgeous! I love glassworks, particularly volcanic ash work! (I think it's all the pretty colours!) :)

martinealison said...

Un magnifique travail...
Une pièce exceptionnelle...
Gros bisous

barbara l. hale said...

That's cool! I've never seen a glass hat.

Giancarlo said...

Stupendo!! Felice week end per te...ciao

maria oliver said...

debería peinarme para lucirlo...
un beso

Bento Sales said...

Hello, friend Harry!
Like art, the hat is flawless, but even as the object is to cover the sun with a sieve.

Hugs and good weekend to you and family.

Eyeliquor said...

Love it!

Randy said...

Awesome hat Harry. Wishing you a great weekend.

Cliff Tuna said...

Whoa is that a glass hat I see? Ahhmazing! :D

Susan said...

Wow, that is awesome!

lamprini lamprinou said...

impressing!

Ti said...

Wow, this looks amazing :) So cool

A Lady's Life said...

Oh Wow! Isnt this something?

Agencia Digital Bogotá said...

Bella publicación un honor visitarte.

Anonymous said...

Do you collect glass hats? There are so many varieties. Top hats. Ladies sun hats. On and on. I think this amber cowboy hat is especially cool. Ride 'em, cowboy!

 
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