Water Babies Underwater Photography
Real life waterbabies! Adorable pictures of toddlers exploring an underwater
Lucy Ray, 33, from Greenwich was a news photographer for 10 years
Left to start own underwater photography business
When we get to adulthood we have a tendency to hold our noses, cover our eyes
with goggles and plug our ears when we go underwater.
But it's a different story for babies. They have a gag reflex, and being
submerged reminds them of being in the womb, meaning when they go under water
they look utterly at peace.
'Up to around six months they have a gag reflex which means they hold their
breath automatically,' says underwater photographer Lucy Ray.
Underwater photographer Lucy Ray, 33, from Greenwich, was a Fleet Street news
photographer before embarking on her new career taking photos of children