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  • Susan Pierce Grossman, a retired art teacher from New York, has been traveling to Florida to capture creative photos of her infant granddaughter, Meredith, in various scenes. 
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  • In some scenes, Meredith acts as popular characters from storybooks, movies and television. 
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  • Meredith is dressed up in costumes to match each set. Here she is in "The Nutcracker."
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  • Grossman creates the set designs and ships them to her daughter in Florida, where the shoots take place. 
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  • Grossman began taking the photos when Meredith was just a few weeks old. 
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  • Meredith dressed as Queen Elsa from the Disney film "Frozen."
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  • Sometimes Meredith falls asleep on set while her grandmother snaps away. 
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  • Grossman takes the photos with her camera, plus her iPhone for easy sharing. She doesn't use any fancy lighting on the set. 
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  • Meredith posing with her friends from "Sesame Street."
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  • Now that baby Meredith is starting to sit up, her grandmother is brainstorming different set designs for the future. 
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  • Six-month-old Meredith enjoys being captured, according to her mother, Nadene. "She loves it actually, loads of smiles!" she said. "And most of all she loves the time and attention from grandma."
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