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"The hardest thing in photography is to create a simple image."

ANNE, GEDDES -

"I can't think of any flower that wouldn't be suitable to merge with an image of a newborn, and as I was planning for the book, Miracle, I was drawn to blossoms that appealed to me artistically."

ANNE, GEDDES -

"I have a deep respect and love for these tiny humans, and I hope to convey in my images a measure of the beauty that exists in all children."

ANNE, GEDDES -

"The trouble with flowers is that invariably, when I'm ready to photograph them, they are not in season."

ANNE, GEDDES -

"I think the best images are the ones that retain their strength and impact over the years, regardless of the number of times they are viewed."

ANNE, GEDDES -

"I photograph from the heart. I adore little babies and I think that shows. My images are really very positive, very simple, and from the heart. Babies speak a universal language."

ANNE, GEDDES -

"I have a deep love and respect for children and I cannot imagine photographic life without them playing a major part. I hope that through my work as a photographer, I have been able to pass on my appreciation of their beauty and charm."

ANNE, GEDDES -

"I think that emotional content is an image's most important element, regardless of the photographic technique. Much of the work I see these days lacks the emotional impact to draw a reaction from viewers, or remain in their hearts."

ANNE, GEDDES -