Friday Photo Challenge – smiles

This week Sandy’s Friendly Friday Photo Challenge is to share pictures of SMILES and the stories behind them.

Today is World Smile Day! The first Friday of every October is celebrated around the globe as World Smile Day. This unofficial holiday encourages random acts of kindness to spread good will and cheer.

Now, I’ll be honest, I dread those challenges which involve photos of people. I so rarely take photos of anyone other than my beloved husband or professional cyclists. So here goes!

This is of my beloved husband taken after a delicious lunch at Bastide de Moustiers on one of our staycation days this summer when we visited Gorges du Verdon.

Is it a smile or is it a grimace? I’ve gone for the former for this bronze sculpture at MoMa which we visited last November.

This is definitely a smiling Great Dane. I think he was hoping I had some edible tidbit for him. I didn’t! This was taken at EKKA during our 2019 #adventuredownunder.

These are the two adorable sons of friends who’ve previously featured on this blog.

Here’s a group of amateur cyclists whose photo I took during the an all important coffee and cake pit-stop in Healesville, Victoria.

Mal Cooper and friends from Egham

I’m much enjoying these weekly challenges hosted on alternate weeks by either Amanda or Sandy because they force me to think about what’s in my photo archives and how I might re-purpose them.

If you’ve enjoyed this post, why not join in the fun?

Friendly Friday

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