Description: A newborn female human infant glistens from amniotic fluid, seconds after birth, in hospital setting. Her screaming demonstrates strong respiration, one of the criteria of the Apgar score used to measure the health of a child at time of birth. The head of an infant human is abnormally large in relation to the rest of the body, necessary to hold our large and developed brain. Visible in the photo is the slight deformity of the head into a "cone" shape, as a result of vaginal delivery, or childbirth. The umbilical cord has not yet been cut and still extends into the mother's body, where it connects to the placenta. The baby is the photographer's daughter.
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