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International Women's Day 2014 - Celebrating the Diversity of Women

Yolanda & Esther, Khayeltisha South Africa

This is Yolanda and Esther at a bus stop in Khayelitsha, South Africa. I taught photography in this Cape Town township and caught this moment as I talked about setting up a photo.

Photographer: Andrea Rees Website:

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Ethiopian GirlThe word "woman" is believed to have derived from the Middle English term wyfman, broken down simply as the wife (wyf) of man. In Old English, women were described simply as wyf, while the term man was used to describe a human person, regardless of gender.


Pretty girl in Tiraspol

I came across this pretty girl in Tiraspol, the capital of the breakaway republic Transnistria. She seemed detached or was she simply lost in her own thoughts in front of the huge crowd during the country’s Independence Day parade?

Photographer: Andrea Anastasakis Website:

Women at the sea of Galilee

Silhouettes of two women posing at Israel's historical Kinneret or Sea of Galilee.

Photographer: Rachel Sales Website:

Myanmar Bubbles

I heard this woman’s footsteps before I saw her. She ran up to me in Monywa, Myanmar and pointed to my camera, excited to pose for a photo with her daughter.

Photographer: Kellie Netherwood Website:

Old woman weaver

Rita lives in the Banaue Rice Terraces, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Philippines. She's the last living practitioner of her 2000-year-old tribe's traditional weaving style. She doesn't know how old she is because when she was born her tribe did not keep track of such things.

Photographer: Matt Gibson Website:

Peruvian girl & her goat

We encountered this happy little girl and her baby goat outside Cuzco, Peru. She was barefoot. Her clothes were faded and worn; however, her face radiated unabashed joy. I wonder what trajectory her life took.

Photographer: Suzanne Fluhr Website:

Bolivian women in bowler hats

Traditionally many females in parts of Bolivia wear bowler hats. These women sitting on the side of the road in La Paz were a perfect example.

Photographer: Teresa Keane Website:

Dancing girl, Sabah, Malaysia

A young dancer of the Rungus tribe in Sabah, Malaysia bridges the gap between the traditional and the modern during a cellphone break.

Photographer: Anne Sterck Website:


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