Dandelion Hours

Meet Tobi – easily the most inquisitive child we’ve ever photographed! Whereas some little ones take their time to warm to us and our cameras, he was extremely bold from the beginning. He walked straight up to my camera, pressing his little face against the end of the lens hood and peered in as if he expected to see me looking back out at him. Fortunately Andy managed to catch it on camera!

behind the scenes picture of a little boy having his photograph taken

We had great fun photographing him playing with his toy train (his favourite thing), feeding the ducks, and even his first attempt at blowing dandelions (a few were definitely eaten in the process, but he mastered the art eventually).

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