Underwater Babies

Underwater Babies

Babies as you’ve never seen them before, from New York Times bestselling author and photographer Seth Casteel

Seth Casteel’s innovative underwater photography has won him fans around the world. Now Casteel has turned his camera toward the only subjects who could rival his bestselling portraits of dogs and puppies for sheer adorable delight: babies. In what he has called some of the most exciting shoots of his career, Casteel has found a remarkable new way to capture the wonder and freedom babies feel when they’re underwater.

Chubby-cheeked, curious, and mischievous, these tiny swimmers remind us all of the joy of discovery–and the irresistible beauty of babies.
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Genre: Nonfiction / Photography / Subjects & Themes / Children

On Sale: April 7th 2015

Price: $21

Page Count: 112

ISBN-13: 9780316256506

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Praise

"It doesn't get much cuter than this."—Time
"Incredible.... [Casteel's] pictures are innovative and take on an air of excitement as the youngsters swim beneath the waves."—James Gordon, Daily Mail
"Underwater Babies photographer Seth Casteel one-ups the cuteness factor found in his previous underwater portraits of dogs and puppies."—CNN.com
"Beautiful.... Charming."—Mother Nature Network
"The photos themselves will put a smile on your face...."—Michelle Malia and Mylan Torres, Cosmopolitan
"What's amazing about the photos is that they all capture an unbelievably wide range of genuine, off-the-cuff, and hilarious expressions and poses made by babies underwater.... Wonder-filled photos."—Sherry Huang, Parents
"Magical."—Caroline Bologna, The Huffington Post
"Adorable underwater babies win at everything forever."—Maya Kachroo-Levine, Bustle
"Few people thought it was possible to see something cuter than Seth Casteel's Underwater Puppies, but the award-winning photographer has done it again with Underwater Babies."—Ebony C. Fleming, Houston Chronicle
"This fun and adorable series features exactly what the title promises--babies underwater--and a whole lot of happiness."—Distractify