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Pregnant woman is photographed covered in petals

  • French artist Christophe Guinet, 39, photographed partner Yeva while pregnant
  • Yeva is captured standing topless with petals on her breasts and baby bump
  • The images were shot at a number of beautiful locations around Marseille 

From paddling in the ocean to standing in a field at sunset, these breathtaking images capture the beauty of a pregnant woman’s body. 

The whimsical photo series was planned and captured by French artist Christophe Guinet, 39, known as Monsieur Plant. 

In it his partner, believed to be called Yeva, is photographed either naked or barely dressed with colourful petals scattered across her breasts and baby bump.

At the time she was pregnant with the couple’s infant son, Leon.

Mother-to-be: Artist Christophe Guinet photographed his partner Yeva at 36 weeks pregnant

Breathtaking: Yeva, pictured here at 33 weeks pregnant, is captured in the French countryside

Breathtaking: Yeva, pictured here at 33 weeks pregnant, is captured in the French countryside

Natural beauty: Yellow petals cover the pregnant woman's breasts and baby bump at 34 weeks

Natural beauty: Yellow petals cover the pregnant woman’s breasts and baby bump at 34 weeks

The images document Yeva between 32 and 26 weeks pregnant and see the mother-to-be standing in a number of beautiful locations in and around Marseille.

The collection of images is titled Leon after their child. 

Speaking about the photos, Mr Guinet said: ‘In this personal project, I wish to sublimate these weeks of patience and put the beauty of the woman in these magical moments, where Nature and Love make perfect allies. 

‘The selection of landscapes found in the series such as the forest, the mountains or the sea are elements that form part of my surroundings. 

‘The vegetable and body compositions merge together revealing gentleness and patience in a poetic universe.’

Mr Guinet is an urban gardener best known for his unusual and creative flower and vegetable designs.  

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