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These Breathtaking Photos Of Aboriginal Newborns And Pregnant Women Will Blow Your Mind

Photographs can be an amazingly powerful medium. And nothing speaks of this with more prominence than these photos of newborns and pregnant women clicked by this Aboriginal Photographer. 

Australian photographer Bobbi-lee Hille, 29, has undergone this project to pay homage to the indigenous culture, and through the photos, celebrates the sacred rituals and traditions of her land.

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These Breathtaking Photos Of Aboriginal Newborns And Pregnant Women Will Blow Your Mind

These Breathtaking Photos Of Aboriginal Newborns And Pregnant Women Will Blow Your Mind

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Harmonious

Harmonious

These photographs, taken in harmonious settings, convey a sense of peace to the onlooker.

Celebrating culture

Celebrating culture

Bobbi-lee Hille captured these photographs to celebrate the culture and rituals of her homeland.

Creating awareness

Creating awareness

'I wanted to photograph Indigenous babies and bellies to create awareness of our beautiful culture and people,' Bobbi-lee Hille said.

An insight into Aboriginal Culture.

An insight into Aboriginal Culture.

The photographer wanted to give others an insight into Aboriginal Culture, and has succeeded in doing so through her mesmerising photos.

Working outside

Working outside

The best setting to make her project a success was to take it outside, and the good weather took her back on that.

Self-taught photographer

Self-taught photographer

Ms Hille is a self-taught photographer. However, she has taken workshops to learn techniques regarding baby posing and safety.

Getting babies to sleep...

Getting babies to sleep...

'A lot of the time though I use my newborn photography skills in getting the babies to sleep and pose them into the props,' she said.

Her inspiration

Her inspiration

'My children are my constant source of inspiration, the reason I love photography and the reason I get up every day.'

She believes her culture is often neglected.

She believes her culture is often neglected.

The mother-of-three believes that the media often neglects Aboriginal Culture.

The importance of preserving culture.

The importance of preserving culture.

'It is very important to me to keep our culture alive, to promote awareness and show how beautiful the traditions are,' Ms Hille said.

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