I have many talents. Apparently. I'm not all that convinced photography is one of them. I like taking photos, and occasionally I'll take one I'm really proud of, but there's an awful lot of misses compared to the number of hits.
Tots100 have teamed up with Printerpix to showcase our family photography talents, with one lucky winner taking home a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200 bridge camera (that's the big clever camera, but not as complicated as a DSLR to us mortals) worth £500, and £100 to spend on prints & gifts at Printerpix. 4 others will also win a large framed photo or canvas print. You can find out more, and all the rules at Tots100.
The photo I've chosen is one I took on our recent visit to Cheddar Showcaves. This naturally formed raised pool is just inside the entrance to Gough's cave. Squeaky was a bit scared about the idea of going into the cave underground at the time, until she spotted this little pool. We'd been talking about people living in the caves, and she decided that this pool was the Cave Baby's bath, and had to test the temperature of the water to see what it was like for the Cave Baby. (It was cold. Very cold. Poor Cave Baby.)
I love that this photo captures the innocence and imagination of a pre-schooler. Would *you* have said it was a baby's bath? Or would it just have been a pretty puddle? We've got lots of posed photos, but I like that this was just a natural moment, and wonder what the Cave Baby would have thought of us.
I'm entering the Children Aged 2-4 category of the competition, though I suspect the Cave Baby is considerably older than that!
This post is Lorraine's entry into the Printerpix Photo competition