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In the second picture I caught my daughter having a moment to herself and it just made me wonder- at what age do we start really appreciating the world and our surroundings? When do we become aware of what goes on in the world? And as parents how do we enable our children to have balanced views? Therefore, with this picture I hoped to capture the beauty of childhood and the transition that we start to make from knowing very little about the world and its beauty to becoming aware of it.