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Toddlers by Karolina Bazydlo

Toddlers by Karolina Bazydlo. (Photo by Karolina Bazydlo; Source: Flickr)
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14 May 2012 08:53:00
Surgeons Prepare To Separate Conjoined Twin Toddlers

Conjoined twins Angelica (C) and Angelina Sabuco (L) play with child life specialist Allison Brooks during a press conference at the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford on October 31, 2011 in Palo Alto, California. Two year-old conjoined twins Angelica and Angelina Subaco who are connected at the chest and abdomen are preparing for separation surgery by Dr. Gary Hartman. The surgery will last between 6 and 8 hours that is followed by three hours of reconstructive surgery for each girl. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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01 Nov 2011 11:10:00
An Indian toddler plays amid marigold flowers at a wasted flowers dumping site, besides a flower market in Mumbai, India, 28 September 2016. Marigold flowers are used in many religious ceremonies in the temples in India. Strung together they make colourful garlands and are used as an offering in temples and to decorate them. (Photo by Divyakant Solanki/EPA)

An Indian toddler plays amid marigold flowers at a wasted flowers dumping site, besides a flower market in Mumbai, India, 28 September 2016. Marigold flowers are used in many religious ceremonies in the temples in India. Strung together they make colourful garlands and are used as an offering in temples and to decorate them. (Photo by Divyakant Solanki/EPA)
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02 Oct 2016 09:01:00
Water Babies

A toddler held by her father swims underwater during a swimming class for babies at Lane Cove pool February 16, 2007 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)
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06 Dec 2011 13:30:00
A toddler sits on the winner of the giant pumpkin category during the RHS (Royal Horticultural Society) London Harvest Festival Show at RHS Lindley Halls on October 6, 2015 in London, England. The traditional harvest themed show runs October 6-7 and showcases a wide range of late summer grown fruit and vegetables. (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images)

A toddler sits on the winner of the giant pumpkin category during the RHS (Royal Horticultural Society) London Harvest Festival Show at RHS Lindley Halls on October 6, 2015 in London, England. The traditional harvest themed show runs October 6-7 and showcases a wide range of late summer grown fruit and vegetables. (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images)
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09 Oct 2015 08:07:00
Krang Belt Buckle

“KRANG from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! This oversized belt buckle is BIG, but more comfortable and wearable than you would expect. Cast in urethane resin from an original clay sculpture, hand-painted, and hard-coated with polyurethane clear coat, it's durable too. The best part is with just a few more items, this buckle is the perfect size to be used as part of a Krang costume for toddlers on Halloween or at comic conventions”.
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29 Apr 2014 11:19:00


A YouTube video of a chainsmoking Indonesian toddler inspired me to create this series, "Smoking Kids". The video highlighted the cultural differences between the east and west, and questioned notions of smoking being a mainly adult activity. Adult smokers are the societal norm, so I wanted to isolate the viewer's focus upon the issue of smoking itself. I felt that children smoking would have a surreal impact upon the viewer and compel them to truly see the acts of smoking rather than making assumptions about the person doing the act. ... ~Frieke Janssen
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07 Aug 2012 01:56:00
Nepal's Kumari, or living goddess, adjusts her ornament as she watches the Rato Machindranath chariot Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal, Friday, April 24, 2015. Nepal's living goddesses are young pre-pubescent girls considered by devotees to be incarnations of a Hindu goddess. Selected as toddlers, living goddesses usually keep their positions until they reach puberty. (Photo by Niranjan Shrestha/AP Photo)

Nepal's Kumari, or living goddess, adjusts her ornament as she watches the Rato Machindranath chariot Festival in Lalitpur, Nepal, Friday, April 24, 2015. Nepal's living goddesses are young pre-pubescent girls considered by devotees to be incarnations of a Hindu goddess. Selected as toddlers, living goddesses usually keep their positions until they reach puberty. (Photo by Niranjan Shrestha/AP Photo)
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25 Apr 2015 10:05:00