In an office space inhabited by five women, not separated by cubicles, there's bound to be a little bit of conversation. A chat between two often leads to a group discussion that ultimately veers from the original topic until we settle back down, thoughts now miles away from where they started. The kick-off point for one of these meandering dialogues recently was regarding an uncooperative photo subject. With our close proximity making it difficult to not eavesdrop, I overheard a colleague, who is also a talented photographer, expressing a level of disgruntlement to a co-worker, over a child involved in a family portrait shoot. It seems the tiny tween felt ruining the results was far more fun than behaving, thus posed with grimace or stuck-out tongue throughout. There were, the photographer added, a few pictures without this youngster's attitude. However, as life has it, they inevitably weren't the best pictures of everyone else. Soon colleagues were chiming i
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