As I mentioned yesterday, we're just about finished with the baby project, and now only have five sections of the book to finish off. One of those is the introduction, and when I started thinking about it earlier today I realised that I didn't have any photographs to accompany it. A good proportion of the book is centred around the images, and the rest on a combination of images and screen grabs from Photoshop, but for some reason I hadn't really thought about the introduction beyond what text I might include.
Anyway, one of the things that I thought I'd talk about is that babies aren't babies for long; i.e. by the time they're about a year old they're considerably more independent. So I started looking through my archives and came across this one, taken when Finley was 13 months old. And for me, this is an ideal shot to mark the end of babyhood - Finley toddling off into the sunset :-)
4.35pm on 9/9/06|
EF 70-200 f/4L USM
200mm (320mm equiv.)