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Woman Defined - An Online Photography Exhibit

~ Proud ~

proud

Jenise Bob of St'at'imc Nation raised an eagle feather fan, a show of respect and honour to the drum as she performed a women's traditional dance. Jenise proudly shared her culture at a 3-day Indigenous Festival in the heart of downtown Victoria, British Columbia.

Photographer: Andrea Rees
Website: andrearees.com
Instagram: instagram.com/andreareesphoto

~ Compassionate ~

compassionate

I spied this weathered woman sitting in the corner of a small square in Kotor and I stopped to say hello. She couldn't speak my language and I couldn't speak hers. Words weren't really necessary; I surmised her face reflected her story. Her empathetic eyes spoke of experience, compassion and wisdom.

Photographer: Evelyn Hannon
Website: journeywoman.com
Instagram: instagram.com/evelynhannon

~ Story Teller ~

story teller

Gael Gallagher shares the history and culture of her home town, Carmel-by-the-Sea, with visitors and locals alike. With Irish wit and wisdom Gael weaves a tale that, like a good book, will leave you wishing it would never end. For Gael, education and entertainment are one and the same.

Photographer: Penny Sadler
Website: adventuresofacarryon.com
Instagram: instagram.com/adventuresofacarryon

~ Motherhood ~

motherhood

This photo was taken in Peru on a market day in the Sacred Valley near Cuzco. Here, motherhood is an important aspect of womanhood. In remote villages, old traditions endure and women are still busy with traditional labour. There are no daycare centers; mothers watch over their children while doing their chores (like this woman in the photo who is busy spinning wool).

Photographer: Diane Gagné
Facebook: Facebook.com/Diane Gagné

~ Loyalty ~

loyalty

Nuns always travel in twos; they've got each other's back like other BFFs. We noticed these two women, loyal to the church and to each other, leaving the Orvieto Cathedral with its extraordinary mosaic facade.

Photographer: Irene S. Levine
Website: MoreTimeToTravel.com
Instagram: instagram.com/ILevine

~ Persistent ~

persistent

Collecting water is one of many tasks women in Ethiopia's Hamar tribe are responsible for. This woman has spent most of the day walking to the dry Keske River in the Omo Valley and she is clearing the top layer of a small puddle to dig deeper for more. Access to water is a daily challenge for the villages in this region, especially in the harsh dry season and it requires the persistence, endurance and strength of the women.

Photographer: Kellie Netherwood
Facebook: facebook.com/mydestinationunknown
Instagram: instagram.com/kellienetherwood/

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