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International Women's Day 2015 - A shout out to women around the world

Women, Roumania

In the north of Romania we passed these women and stopped the car to ask if we could take their photo. It was freezing cold out that day but they seemed not to mind. They enjoyed standing outside and chatting.

Photographer: Ruth Johnston Website:

Teotihuacan, Mexico

At the base of the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan, Mexico, local dance groups and shamans spend hours in ceremony during the Spring Equinox. I was drawn to this particular woman. Her powerful persona was extremely captivating.

Photographer:Elaine J. Masters Website:

Thessaloniki Creative Quarter, Greece

While touring Thessaloniki's creative quarter, this woman invited us into her fashion design studio where she makes lovely, retro-inspired clothes and accessories. I was charmed by her quiet determination and sense of humour. It is not easy to make a living in Greece, but folks like her are creating their own opportunities by using their talents to become entrepreneurs.

Photographer: Steph Spenser Website:

San toddler, Namibia

This toddler was born into the ancient San culture in Namibia, and is growing up in a "living museum," where her parents demonstrate their ancient traditions to visitors. I felt such joy to see traditions being respected and passed on to children rather than simply dying out with the older generation. For now, this happy girl is reveling in the innocent life of her natural environment, where sticks and mud are, as they have always been, the best toys around.

Photographer: Shara Johnson Website:

Luang Prabang, Laos

They say a woman's work is never done. Wherever we have traveled in the world, we have always found women working. Here, a woman in the outdoor food market in Luang Prabang, Laos sets out her produce. Her store is a plastic sheet on the street.

Photographer: Suzanne Fluhr Website:

Bhagoriya Tribal Festival, Madhya Pradesh, India

This tribal girl at the Bhagoriya Tribal Festival held in Madhya Pradesh, India, kept covering her face when we wanted to shoot her photo. She finally relented much later but only for a second and that shot is not half as interesting as this one is.

Photographer: Aruna Chandaraju Website:


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