Smile, Darling.

I heart faces is focusing on smiles this week.

Krysta is happy to be graduating in May. (Aren’t seniors just the best subjects. They are always so smiley. And Krysta is a beautiful girl. Her eyes are really that color- no photoshopping blue eyes here!)

Beautiful Krysta

Fun Facts about Smiling

1. When someone smiles in is universally known as an expression of happiness whihc is recognized by almost all cultures.

2. When a person studies laughter they are known as a ‘gelotologist’.

3. There are over 18 different types of smiles that are used in a variety of social situations. For instance, people can use a smile to say a hello, and they can also use a different type of smile to show their understanding of a particular situation.

4. A frown uses more muscles to contract and expand then a smile does.

5. A smile is one of the most used human facial expressions. Smiles can use between 5 to all 53muscles.

6. Smiling releases endorphins and makes us feel better, even when you fake a smile you can feel better.

7. A person that smiles more is deemed to be more pleasant, sincere, attractive and more sociable then a on-smiling person.

8. We are born with the ability to smile, it is not something that we copy. For instance, even blind babies are able to smile.

9. Humans are able to differentiate between a real smile and a fake smile by seeing the difference in a persons eyes when they smile.

10. Newborns tend to have more preference for a person with a smile then a person that is not smiling.

(Info above found at

Now, head over to i heart faces and SMILE.



Filed under Daily Photo, Photography

4 responses to “Smile, Darling.

  1. Beautiful. And I love the facts about smiling. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

  2. Very nice portrait. 🙂 She has a lovely smile and you are great about her eyes!

  3. She is very beautiful! Amazing eyes. So pretty! : )
    I love that you had a great time. She looks like lots of fun! Love your smile facts! Good to know : )

  4. Love this picture. I lov her eyes and the texture of the tree and the lighting.

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