Saturday January 21, 2012
Granite Club, Toronto
Do you know what the longest word in the English language is? Keep reading.
What do I do when the flash fails to work when I take an indoor picture? Most times I just smile, because it is a total waste of time if I get upset.
Occasionally a picture is blurry because I had a "senior moment" when I clicked the button too hastily on my Canon Digital Elph camera. It's time for another smile, folks.
Maybe there was an empty seat at a table when I stopped for a candid shot or an unavoidable change in scheduling made it impossible for me to take the photograph which I wanted. Life is too short to become flustered about little things. It's amazing what a smile can do to cure high blood pressure.
Aye. This is all about "smiles". It is the longest word in our language because there is a mile between the first "s" and the final "s". I wonder what Rabbi Burns would say about our happy celebration of the 253rd anniversary of his birthday.
May I offer a Red, Red Rose to all who contributed to our enjoyment by sharing their photographs with us.
All photographs in this section are posted in the order in which they were received. Some photos reveal info when a cursor is placed over the picture.
STEFANIE HUTKA - Photos Taken By ANDREA HUTKA
JOHN B. McMILLAN