We went to visit my friend who has recently moved to Minehead this week. It was cold but we put on our hats, scarves and gloves and went to the beach.

My friend had a new camera and we enjoyed working out how to use it.

Cheese

On-The-Rocks

A-Comfy-Bed

Depth-Of-Field

Looking-Out-To-Sea

Splashing-In-The-Sea

Pink-Bucket

We had a lovely smile filled day!

If you have written about something that made you smile or captured a photograph that melts your heart I would love it if you linked up below. Posts from your archives are welcome as long as they make me smile. 🙂

The linky will open on a Saturday and run for a week, so feel free to pop in at any time. I am happy to read happiness any day of the week.

If you don’t have a blog and you would like to join in you can share your smiles on social media. On twitter & Instagram use the hashtag #shareasmile and tag me in the post so that I don’t miss it. You could even share a smile in the comments section below or post one to my Facebook page if you prefer.

Looking forward to smiling with you. Smiles are contagious so it is better to share them than keep them to yourself!


To read why I started this linky click here.



 Posted by Charlotte on February 21, 2015 Activities, Smile  Add comments

  6 Responses to “Share A Smile – Oh I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside”

  1.  

    What a great day! You have got lots of stunning photos =)
    Boo hasn’t been to the beach yet, though we hope to take her when we go on holiday in April.
    Loving Bob’s wellies =D

  2.  

    Awe beautiful images! She makes a gorgeous little model to test out the new camera 🙂

  3.  

    It looks like you had a great day exploring the beach, it’s great to meet up with friends and have a simple day out like this isn’t it? I love the photos, I think you managed to capture some good ones there! Thanks for linking up with Country Kids.

  4.  

    A nice linky idea! Joined in!

    Love the photos. Congrats to the new camera too =) #countrykids

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