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A Tapestry of Images to Celebrate International Women's Day 2013.

 

Eskaya Tribe, Southern Philippines

This woman belongs to the Eskaya Tribe in the mountains of Bohol in the Southern Philippines. The Eskaya speak a mysterious language that linguists haven't been able to link to any other. She is one of the last few villagers who speak it.

Photographer: Matt Gibson | Website: www.matt-gibson.org

 

Kalibo, Philippines

This little girl in Kalibo, Philippines needed to have a cleft lip repaired. Here she is awaiting her presurgical screening. I remember her eyes being so soulful.

Photographer: Talon Windwalker | Website: 1dad1kid.com

 

South Africa, Simunye Zulu

The king of the tribe in South Africa's Simunye Zulu Village was descended from Shaka Zulu. His Zulu Queen was an excellent host, teaching me how to prepare Zulu beer and showing me some of their native musical instruments.

Photographer: Bret Love | Website: GreenGlobalTravel.com

 

Inle Lake

A young woman from Inle Lake with traditional thanaka (sandlewood paste) circles on her cheeks. She was smiling widely and when I then asked for a photo, she got quite serious, posing for the shot.

Photographer: Jodi Ettenberg | Website: legalnomads.com

 

Dresden's Altmarket

These young German workers at the kid's 'Max Und Mortiz' stand at Dresden's Altmarkt, where kids sent a fishing line down the chimney of a little house to 'catch' pretzels, took a break to mug for my camera.

Photographer: Dick Jordan | Website: www.talestoldfromtheroad.com

 

Goa

When we spent a couple of weeks in Goa last year, we stayed in a guesthouse just down the road from this woman's shop. She may look fierce but she was one of the friendliest women in the village. We loved her colorful outfits and unusual jewelry.

Photographer: Dani Heinrich | Website: globetrottergirls.com

 

 

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