A stunning pH๏τo shoot has been created to celebrate the beauty of post-pregnancy bodies, featuring naked mothers breastfeeding their babies on the beach.
The pH๏τos capture the natural and intimate bond between mother and child, showcasing the beauty of the female form in all its postpartum glory.
The shoot aims to challenge societal expectations of what a woman’s body should look like after giving birth and promote body positivity and self-love. The powerful images have received widespread praise for their empowering message and stunning visual appeal.
A collection of mothers have stripped down and breastfed their infants to commemorate their bodies after giving birth.
The impressive pH๏τoshoot took place at Kawana Beach in Australia’s Sunshine Coast, with 14 women and their babies participating. Trina Cary, the pH๏τographer, brought together a mix of acquaintances and strangers to capture these stunning images.
PH๏τographer Trina Cary, 25, aimed to promote more love and less judgement towards women’s bodies through her latest pH๏τo shoot.
The shoot took place on Kawana Beach on the Sunshine Coast of Australia, where a group of new mothers proudly posed naked to celebrate their post-pregnancy bodies. Trina captured the remarkable images of the 14 women and their babies, who were a combination of her friends and strangers.
Trina was inspired by the sight of mothers breastfeeding their babies of different ages during the shoot.
“I was thrilled to see mothers nursing not just newborns but also babies of different ages, including a couple of 18-month-old babies,” she said.
Through her project, Trina hopes to encourage new mothers worldwide to embrace their post-pregnancy bodies and learn to love their stretch marks, extra skin, lumps, and bumps.
Trina Cary, 25, aims to promote self-love and body positivity among women through her pH๏τographs by discouraging comparisons and judgments.
According to her, every woman is unique and beautiful in her own way, and it’s crucial to support and encourage each other to see the beauty inside ourselves.
The images captured during the shoot portray a group of mothers breastfeeding their babies in various poses, including a row of women breastfeeding while gazing at the sea and a circle of women seen from above.
‘We are all beautiful in our own way and we need to stop comparing ourselves to one another. We are all unique and that’s okay,’ she said
PH๏τos see the women lined up as they breastfeed their children while looking out to sea
Posing in an array of shapes, the women are also seen lined up behind each other, as well as lying down in a circle as they watch the tide come in
‘What’s important is that we support and encourage each other to see the beauty inside ourselves,’ she added