Anne Geddes Explores the Function of Flowers With Infants

By: Tisah Tucknott - Published: Jul 8, 2009   Updated: Jul 18 2011 • References: annegeddes & likecool
Anne Geddes explores the function of flowers in this collection of baby photography. As one of the world's most respected and acclaimed photographers, Anne Geddes has been making babies bloom in her pictures for years, and her works continue to captivate audiences around the world.

If you didn't want a baby now, I'm sure your mind will change once you flip through the Anne Geddes baby pictures in the gallery above.

Implications - Geddes' convergence of flowers and babies has created a set of striking images that are artistically alluring and unique. The photographs are a brilliant metaphor for the celebrated process of baby blooming, and the parallels between this process and the growth of other natural entities such as flowers and plans. Stats for Blooming Babies Trending: Older & Average
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