Danny Davis, a baby who was only a few weeks old was saved when his heart condition was discovered during a professional photo shoot.
His parents Neil and Fran took him for a photo session even though his skin appeared pale and patchy.
After the photos had been developed his parents noticed that he was a deep shade of purple and his feet were blue. They immediately rushed him to a hospital and within a few hours he was given treatment for a very critical heart problem.
Had they been even 15 minutes late, Danny may not have survived. Danny's mother, Fran said: "We couldn't quite believe how quickly he had deteriorated".
"We went from thinking our son was a healthy newborn to being told his life was in danger within a few hours."
Danny was diagnosed with pulmonary atresia with ventricular septal defect by doctors at Southampton General Hospital. Danny was admitted in the hospital and remained there for 4 months where he underwent a surgery to rebuild his heart.
The boy who survived all because of a photograph is now 2 years old, he will have to undergo 12 more operations.
Consultant Kevin Roman said: "He's one of the most complex patients we've seen and has been through an incredible journey in his short life."