You may recall that I've loved taking candid photos of women when traveling. I feel strongly about women and their place in this world of ours, a world getting harder for so many, when it should be better, easier, safer.
I have gathered together many photos of women whose lives are much different than my own and, recently, realized that I often go back into my photo archive, or revisit blog posts where they were featured, looking at these photos wondering if things have changed for them. Most seemed happy as they went about their daily lives, but some asked questions which made me feel they would like changes so their children could have a better life.
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Hoi An, Vietnam
Looking at my photos of all these gorgeous women also brings back memories of the fabulous places where I met them and sometimes their children. I talked with many of them, and moved close to watch them working diligently to provide what we would consider the basics for their families, all while creating beautiful things which brought only a small income for such hard work.
I wanted to have an easier way to view them without having to get on the computer or make another photo book.
In my next post I will share with you a great alternative for viewing your own photos, or making a fabulous gift for