هؤلاء هنَّ أجمل نساء العالم بعدسة مصوِّرة رومانية.. نشرت كتاباً من 500 صورة للفاتنات فقط

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جابت المصورة الرومانية مايلا نوروك العالم على مدار 4 سنوات والتقطت صوراً مختلفة للسيدات في العالم.

وقد صورت نوروك السيدات في مختلف مواقف الحياة اليومية، فيما جمعت هذه الصور بكتاب مصور حمل اسم "أطلس الجمال أو The Atlas Of Beauty".



ويحتوي الكتاب على نحو 500 صورة لسيدات من إفريقيا وصولاً إلى أوروبا.


For years I have dreamed to create a book with portraits and stories that celebrate diversity, but honestly I have never imagined that it will get such beautiful and meaningful feedback. I want to thank you so much for that and also give you some great news! Now The Atlas of Beauty Book is back in stock in most online bookstores. If you don’t have it yet, or want more copies for your beloved ones, now is a good moment to order it. If you enjoy the project this is the best and easiest way to support it. And it's not just that! Most people who have held the book in their hands say it’s impressive. There are 352 pages of potraits and stories from more than 50 countries and the price is absolutely great for such quality. Follow the link in bio and bring this celebration of the earth to your home.

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وقالت المصورة عن هدفها من تلك الرحلات حول العالم والتقاط عشرات الصور ونشرها في كتاب، إن "العالم مليء بالكراهية، وآمل أن يصل هذا الكتاب إلى كل أنحاء العالم؛ لإظهار أن التنوع كنز".

فيما شاركت المصورة عشرات من تلك الصور التي نشرتها في كتابها على حسابها بإنستغرام. وضمنت اسم البلد التي صورت منها السيدات على كل صورة


Lina is the founder of @shefighter , one of the first self-defense schools for women in the Arab world. I met her at her studio, in Amman, Jordan, last year. As a girl, Lina was often bullied by boys because she tried to compete with them. At 14 she started studying Taekwondo, earned a black belt, and competed successfully until her knee blew out. Doctors advised her to find another career. Instead, she chose to spread the word about the practice she loved, empowering women through strength, skill, and confidence. In this way she changed the lives of many of her students who faced street harassment or violence in their own homes. Her courses begun in her parents’ basement 7 years ago, but in the meantime the school grew amazingly and Lina trained thousands of women around Middle East. She says she is often asked by husbands, “Are you going to teach our wives to beat us up? No, I am going to teach your wife to defend herself from violence.” #TheAtlasOfBeauty #AroundTheWorld #Jordan #Selfdefense

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Today is the International Day of the Girl Child. A moment to think about the inequality of our world. There are many places on earth where giving birth to a girl is seen as bad luck. Or places where little girls suffer genital mutilation, they are forced to marry at an early age or don’t have access to education. And sometimes these are not exceptions, but norms. I met this young Yazidi girl from Syria in a refugee camp from the Kurdistan Region in Iraq. Hasa was feeling fortunate that she’s alive and has the chance to study. Unfortunately she lost six of her small cousins when Isis attacked her village in Syria. In many parts of the word life is so cruel and unfair. I just hope the girls and boys of today will make tomorrow the world a better place for everyone. It’s us who have to educate them in this spirit.

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Traveling a few months ago in Brazil was a real life lesson for me. This incredible country has much poverty, violence, and suffering, but it doesn’t forget to smile, to dance, to be kind and warm-hearted, even in the most difficult moments, like the economic crisis that followed the boom years. Suelem was born in a Rio de Janeiro favela, then sent to live with her aunt in São Paulo to escape the poverty. She moved back in Rio and now works hard seven days a week in an accessories shop hoping for a better future. For more portraits and stories please order The Atlas of Beauty book. For any book the first days of life are decisive so I would be very grateful if you decide to order today. Link in bio.

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Tutku is from Istanbul, Turkey. She experienced many heart breaking moments in her life, but her positive spirit always gave her the strength to move forward. Her mother had several miscarriages before giving birth to her. When she was a child, her father paralysed and Tutku had to start working for a living at an early age. Her determination paid off and a few years ago she became a chef. But again life hit her hard. One day Tutku totally lost her hearing. She went to many doctors but her case seemed hopeless. “Once, I was staying on my balcony. And I closed my eyes and said to myself: If, when I will open my eyes, I will see at least a bird on the sky that means I will hear again. I was afraid to open my teary eyes and I stayed a long time like that. When I finally had the courage to look on the sky, I saw two birds.” After a while Tutku received an innovative implant that provides a sense of sound. Now she can work again, as a chef, but her hearing is still weak and that’s a huge challenge in a busy restaurant. But Tutku didn’t complain, when we met. In the contrary: She was grateful for every second of her new life. #TheAtlasOfBeauty #AroundTheWorld #Turkey

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I noticed these lovely ladies today in Brasov Train Station, Romania. They met during a pilgrimage a while ago and they remained good friends. They love to travel and today they were coming from a monastery. Some of them have been to distant parts of the world, like Australia, South Africa or the United States to visit their children who moved abroad. After I showed them The Atlas of Beauty book, one of them smiled and told the others: “All people of the world should love each other.” This is the spirit of the book and I couldn’t have said it better. Just eleven days until you can hold it in your hands. If you want to pre-order it and support the continuation of the project please follow the link in bio.

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