Bookworm

My oldest has always been into books. She could spend hours being read to as very young toddler, and by the age of two, she had memorized all of the books we read to her frequently. She started reading simple beginner books when she was four-and-a-half and now she’s on to reading chapter books. She can spend hours every day reading, all on her own accord. That reminds me of myself as a child actually. Just like her, I was an early reader and loved books, still do.

This is another shot from the rolls of film from this past spring that I hadn’t gotten to developing until a few weeks ago. It’s probably my second most favorite shot from those rolls, because it shows my oldest one in her essence. My little bookworm. I hope her love for books will last for a long, long time.

(Mamiya RZ67, 180mm VSF lens, Ilford Delta 3200, developed in Kodak D-76)

bookworm

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