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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Pucker by David Wile

Pucker is a compilation of photos of adorable toddlers tasting lemon for the first time. A collaborated effort of Toronto based photographers, David Wile and April Maciborka, this series focused on their priceless expressions when these babies learn what sour is!

You can see more of Maciborka's and Wile's work at their respective websites @ http//www.aprilmaciborka.com & http//davidwile.com

12 comments:

Tiffany Mitchell said...

LOL I love this! I still remember my daughter's face after tasting her first lemon. It was so awful but so funny. She actually still makes that face now but she will eat as many lemons as you give her. This is such an awesome idea. Those kids are too cute. Thank you for posting!

Simone Dankenbring said...

They are very creative! The photos are adorable!

Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

Cute!!! I was "puckering" just looking at these little ones "puckering"!

Blessings & Aloha!

ஐღTSL2015ஐ said...

LOL I remember when I gave son his first lemon rofl

Blessings,Renee

mail4rosey said...

LOL it's cruel but hilarious! The little girl smiling makes me laugh, that's totally me! I've always loved lemon.

The 3rd pic. down is a hoot!!!

These are great. :)

My Journey With Candida said...

LOL all so cute!! I don't know if I could pick the one that is cutest... they all are adoreable.

Joyce Lansky said...

That's pretty cruel.

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Rosemary Nickerson said...

Hey Veronica! Your post made me salivate and swallow several times. Ha!

~ Noelle said...

i absolutely LOVE this...
thanks :)
babies always make me smile
hope you are doing great

ChatterBlossom said...

HAHAHAHA!! This made me laugh so hard!
-Jamie
ChatterBlossom

alissa apel said...

I remember laughing so hard when my boys first tried them. Love this!

Missy Homemaker said...

Oh my gosh. That's so precious! I remember giving my youngest son lemon for the first time just to see his reaction. lol

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