I am back from London and trying to climb out of my photo editing pile. I have lots and lots and lots of photos to work my way through… but in the meantime I am trying to balance my computer time, with some fun time. And this morning, although I promised myself I was going to work all day, I couldn’t resist an invitation to breakfast in Inverness to visit some of our friends and their new baby.
I wasn’t intending to take photos… it was just supposed to be a visit, but as soon as Edison woke up from his nap… without a word, Arann went to the car and came back with my camera… and so… I just couldn’t help it… but come on, how could you not take photos of this kid?
And really, I have a good excuse, he is literally the only baby boy I know. All of my friends and friends of friends are having girls…. so I needed some baby boy photos…. and these are some of my favorites.
This is Edison having his second plum ever…. fresh summer plums make for very happy and messy babies.
About the author paige green
Paige Green is a documentary and portrait photographer, whose storytelling approach to photography frequently addresses issues involving agriculture, land use, and food. Her work is featured in nine books and has been published in Glamour, National Geographic Traveler, New York Times Magazine, Conde Nast Traveler, GQ, Country Living, House Beautiful, and Culture. Paige lives in Petaluma, CA with a house full of boys.
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Wow, Paige, those pictures are amazing! They are, without a doubt, the best pictures of Edison we have. I love them. Thank you so much for taking them — it was completely unexpected, but so fun and so appreciated.
[…] This is an example of the kind of unexpectedness to expect from the Rollei, which I talked about in the last entry. Not sure what happened, but there is not much photoshop can do for this… so hopefully you like large alien blobs across the only three photos I took on my Rollei of this cute baby, who made his guest star appearance on my blog a couple of weeks ago (click here). […]
i want to leave a comment on every single post. i don’t know where to start, and i surely wouldn’t stop, as well.
so, i’ll finally do it here. he’s beautiful, but really, your photos are just amazing.