As a photographer, I strive to capture those rare, special moments in time. Occasionally one comes along that's so rare I can't believe I managed to capture it... like when the chattiest four-year-old on planet earth actually pauses from storytelling and singing to just watch you. In silence. It was a bit like seeing a unicorn. 😆😍#nephewlove#thiskid
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Cecil Beaton, 'Lady Milbanke', 1929 | Cecil Beaton studied History, Art and Architecture at St John’s College, Cambridge, although left the university without a degree in 1925. Whilst at Cambridge, he joined the Amateur Dramatic Club and the Marlowe Society, and engineered for himself a central position within both groups, quickly gaining a reputation for his set and costume designs.