Swedish photographer Lars Wastfelt is a humble photographer. His images, always capturing and documenting the childhoods of his three children, are raw and honest. As a devout analog photographer, there’s no room for editing. He shoots and shares, simple as that. For him, photography is not his primary occupation: he’s an art director and information architect at a design agency he co-founded, but the creativity has always been innate. With the beautiful Swedish landscape as his backdrop, his images reveal an intimate storyline of his children’s lives: naptime, swimming in a lake, eating breakfast, afternoon conversations. If there’s one thing that translates through his images, it’s his love for his children and their juvenile naivete. And since Ida, Astrid, and Vera are still young, more images – all the more beautiful – are bound to be produced.