By Rachael Hale
It's the nature of infants to be in bliss. —Deepak Chopra
Award-winning photographer Rachael Hale turns her lens on a brand new topic, babies.
Rachael Hale's luminous four-color images captures the essence of infants drowsing, guffawing, and mugging for the digicam. even if the infants are splashing fortunately within the tub, napping at the couch, or staring at on the digicam with wide-eyed rapture, Hale's pictures concentrate on the babies themselves, and her lens captures the internal soul, humanity, and personality of every little one.
Baby Love combines greater than a hundred expressive child photos with a mix of poetry and verse, in addition to brilliant proof and old info that remember all issues child. Readers will research the place birthdays originated and the way varied nations around the world have a good time the yearly milestone, in addition to extra baby-inspired evidence and minutiae. additionally integrated are lists of the head boy and lady names to assist motivate moms—and dads-to-be.
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