Where did that t-shirt get to?
Reports of festival t-shirts and hoodies turning up in some fabulous places prompts this new area.
From Tasmania to Tolstachaolais, Dublin to Dubai, Molinginish to Manhattan we know they are out there... post your pictures of where you've been with your festie t's or indeed seen them turning up.
Prizes for the best picture, interesting location or best short story, so be sure to get in touch.
Montego Bay, Jamaica
'Alan pictured in his Hebcelt hoodie in 35 degrees heat at Montego Bay, Jamaica. What people will go through for us.
Luskentyre, Isle of Harris
Katie Morag eat your heart out! These two young fans were snapped on Luskentyre Dunes.
Andrew, Angela and Joanne pictured with their favourite hoodies in Disneyland Paris.
Ian Hartwell pictured at Barrow, Alaska, the furthest northerly point in the US, after a scientific expedition to the Arctic Ocean.
Marsaili visits the Neighbours down under.
Anne at Salem, Massachusetts. (That's Samantha from "Bewitched" behind her).
Lily and Fergus Jenkins wearing their HebCelt sweatshirts very proudly on the volcano El Teide on Tenerife.
Alan captured at Wickerman Festival sporting his HebCelt hoodie.
Ellen, Glen and Charlie Macleod in Hervey Bay, Queensland.
Mt Toubkal, Morroco
Alanah, one of the regular crew members at 13,671 ft, the summit of Mt Toubkal in Morroco which is the highest of the Atlas mountains and the highest peak in North Africa.
Norrie Maciver - scaling the heights of the Grossglockner Mountain at 8215 feet possibly the highest a t-shirt pic has been taken. Stunning area we are told.
Angela Macaskill and Fiona Campbell scale Ben Lomond in the one sunny day we had this summer.
Hebcelter at Wickham Festival.
Alanah one of the stallwart members of the festival tech team (pictured in her crew shirt) having a tea break when doing aid work in Leh, India after the massive flooding that affected India and Pakistan last summer.
This festival t-shirt was found in Langano, Ethiopia!
Eileen toting her Festival ecobag standing on the river front of the Huangpu River in Shanghai, China.