As you know, I am not much of a prop user. I prefer to focus mostly on my subject, without the use of too many eye catching items scattered in the scene. This buggy, I had to have. I purchased this prop about 2 years ago at a little market here in town. Even though the price was quite steep, I knew it was worth the investment. A bouncing baby boy in a 1930’s carriage made by Heywood-Wakefield. A beautiful prop for the most cherished infant portraits.
Baby “L” is the son of an antique lover. So how fitting would it be to use this for his 6 month session! It really does look like it was taken way back in the 30s!