Friday, 29 April 2016

Friday Fun Day with Smiles # 167

Welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.

It's a walk in the park again!
This is such a sweet little church.

More nesting going on.

His Lordship is still keeping everyone in order.

This was the day it snowed.

And I saw this on the Island and got my camera as close as I could.
It definitely looks like an egg to me but what do you think?

New arrivals:

 So sweet!
 I leave you with this:
  “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” -- Albert Einstein

 Thanks for stopping by.
Let me know if they make you smile.

And if you would like some more smiles you just need to pop over to see what our other friends have been doing this week at Annie's for
"This Week's Smiles" and you can also share your  smiles too if you like.

Thanks for stopping by,

Angela x


  1. Definitely made me smile, especially the littles ones in the last two pictures. Keep us updated on the egg :D

  2. Beautiful friday photos and they do make me smile. A busy week for me so I am still getting around to say hello from Wednesday!!
    sandra de

  3. Nature can teach us all a lot if only we spent more time observing it I'm sure. You pics are really lovely much to smile about.
    Annie x

  4. Those are lovely photos Angela. But snow in April! How awful!But still you are smiling. Keep at it.

  5. What idyllic photos, Angela. They are so beautifully organic in subject and style. Your family fun day sounds brilliant!

  6. Wonderful photos. Only slightly jealous that you've had some sun! Cara x

  7. Yes - it definitely looks like an egg! Great photos Angela. Have a lovely weekend. Barbxx

  8. Ah, those fluffy little chicks definitely made me smile Angela - love all the photos - the little church is really beautiful too! Hugs, Anne xx

  9. A lovely set of photos. I am surprised the eggs are hatching while it is so cold, but hopefully that snow will soon disappear now. Aren't the little duckling just so cute. It does look like an egg on the island, but one left unattended in such a cold snap is not very likely to survive. Kate x

  10. Wonderful pictures Angela and Albert is so right! Deb xo

  11. Hi Angela, what beautiful photos! I wonder if that's a goose egg - our geese used to lay eggs on the ground amongst the undergrowth like that and sometimes they would seem to just forget about them and wander off. We brought one in once and it exploded all over the kitchen because as it turned out it was really and had gone off - pheweee!! Mum was not best pleased as I recall! :o) Annie C #35

  12. Smiling and sighing at the beauty of nature
    Have a lovely week
    Lynn xx


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