Friday, 27 November 2009

Friday My Town Shoot-out – Faces and Smiles

This week's subject for the Friday My Town Shoot-out is Faces and Smiles - chosen by Sarah from Idaho.

I'm sorry but I haven’t managed to get much of a ‘My Town’ theme together for this week’s post so I have settled for My Family instead. When they get older folk tend to get more self-conscious so here a few from a while ago:-

A ‘sonny’ smile.

A delightful duo of daughters.

A nice niece.

Nifty nephews.

Say ‘Cheese!’.

And even Postman Pat had a smile at the International Garden Festival in Liverpool in the 1980s.

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  1. What lovely photos. I particularly like the one of you and Jo. Happy photos for a happy day.
    Canadian Chickadee

  2. My goodness, look at those temperatures! You have a nice collection of faces there!

  3. Skipped this the first time John. Shame on me some super happy people.
    Are you drawing the forecast pictures yourself? Hailing here now!!

  4. Lovely photographs John of your beautiful family when they were younger.
    Hope you are well.

    Love Granny

  5. These are great!! Love the family photos.

  6. Oh oh oh wonderful shots hon..loved them all! Thank you for sharing them all!!! :)Sarah

  7. This is a wonderful collection of faces and smiles! The alliteration is nifty like the nephews. =D
    So much sunshine from England, even from Postman Pat! Expressive shoot, Scriptor. Thanks for sharing!

    Have a wonderful week, Barry and Linda

  8. Great assortment of smiles.

  9. Fabulous family you have there, Scriptor. ;>)

  10. Great pictures-and alliterations.

  11. when the townblogger team shuffled the topics around it was with hope that many would use their families for smiles this week, your's was perfect.

  12. What a surprise to see Postman Pat's big smile! You have a bounty of beautiful faces in your family.

  13. What a delightful set of photos!


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