We wish we could fly. And we wish we could look as cool as baby Henry does while doing it. New York City-based photographer Rachel Hulin took these photos of her son, Henry, called “The Flying Series”. Although some images are pretty eerie-looking, the concept is quite harmless. One day, Hulin noticed her husband lifting Henry in the air and imagined what the scene would look like if her husband was erased from the image. The result is a series of photographs featuring Henry seemingly suspended in mid-air, either floating or flying. We love that Henry seems to be looking at the camera in most photos – it gives us the impression that this floating baby would say something like, “Whatcha looking’ at?! HUH?” as he floats along the scene. Too cute. And weird. Hulin’s work has gained popularity and exposure through many media outlets, resulting in a 40-page hardcover book entitled “Flying Henry” that will be available for purchase in April 2013, but can be pre-ordered now. Hulin would like it to be known that Henry was never “tossed” in the air carelessly during the photography sessions.