While many parents do not let their babies swim until they are children, these babies are proving that you're never too young for a dip in the water.
A series of adorable images taken by a Russian photographer captures babies and small children who swim under the surface, looking already natural
The Russian photographer Andrey Nekrasov captured the children in a variety of poses, and most took it incredibly well, and a girl even threw herself a cute tutu.
Nekrasov, from Bezhetsk, Tver, has made his career as an underwater photographer.
Russian photographer Andrey Nekrasov has captured a series of images of babies swimming underwater. In the image: a girl with a diadem and a purple tutu clings nervously to a ball while swimming under the surface
Nekrasov, from Bezhetsk, Tver, has made his career as an underwater photograph. In the image: a baby who wears only the diaper kicks his legs and arms while acclimated to the water
In one image, an adorable girl wearing a white headband and a purple tutu clings nervously to a yellow ball while submerging underwater.
Another sweet hit captures a baby dressed only in the diaper, kicking his legs deftly and moving his arms.
A nervous-looking creature wears a red sun hat with a matching romper suit while paddling in the water.
Apparently, another does not realize what is happening, while looking at the world on the surface while rowing.
Babies can start swimming immediately after birth, although most baby swimming classes will begin at six weeks. In the image: a girl in a two-piece swimsuit and a beautiful headband looks like a professional while swimming underwater
Nekrasov is a professional diver who has been working in underwater photography since 1984. In photography: a confused baby keeps his eye on the world on the surface while diving under water
According to Baby Center, babies can start swimming immediately after birth, although most swimming lessons will begin at six weeks so that their mothers can take them since new mothers are advised to wait up to six weeks after the birth. childbirth to start swimming.
Babies should only swim in pools that are at least 32 degrees Celsius to prevent them from getting too cold, but many public pools will be below this temperature.
Photographer Nekrasov is a professional diver who has been working in underwater photography since 1984, according to his website.
His other subjects have included pregnant women underwater, animal photographers and photos of shipwrecks.
Nekrasov's other subjects include pregnant women underwater, animal photographers and images of shipwrecks. In the picture: a baby with an adorable sun hat and matching romper suit is not sure to learn this new skill
New moms are advised to wait until six weeks after delivery to start swimming with their babies. In the image: a little boy in a white outfit looks a bit fearful as he explores his new underwater world