National Geographic a sorti une sélection de 11 photo-journalistes femmes, à travers la catégorie « Women of Vision », afin de mettre en avant leur point de vue délicat et féminin face aux événements et à l’actualité. Des femmes armées au Yemen aux prostituées en Inde, en passant par une femme italienne qui lit le journal dans un café ; des photos variées à découvrir.
Prostitutes, who are known as cage girls and are often sex slaves, display themselves on a Mumbai street in India, 2004. Photo by Jodi Cobb/National Geographic.
Longtime Ocean Grove visitors take a dip in the roiling Atlantic surf in Ocean Grove, N.J., 2003. This image is featured in National Geographic’s exhibition “Women of Vision: National Geographic Photographers on Assignment”, on view at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre, Jan. 22 – Mar. 22, 2015. Photo by Amy Toensing/National Geographic.
Nujood Ali in Sana’a, Yemen, February 2, 2010. Nujood stunned the world in 2008 by obtaining a divorce at age ten in Yemen, striking a blow against forced marriage. Photo by Stephanie Sinclair/VII Network/National Geographic.
Comatose and on a ventilator, a bird flu patient who was not expected to live made a remarkable recovery in Hanoi, Vietnam, 2012. Photo by Lynn Johnson/National Geographic.
A lieutenant in the elite female counterterrorism unit patrols the women’s barracks, Sana’a, Yemen, November 13, 2012. Photo by Stephanie Sinclair/VII Network/National Geographic.
A farmer and his children play in a water-starved where his livestock once grazed in Booligal, Australia, February 6, 2008. Photo by Amy Toensing/National Geographic.
Wome, mostly widows, train for police force jobs at a firing range near Kabul, Afghanistan, April 13, 2010. Photo by Lynsey Addario/VII Network/National Geographic.
A woman in Florence, Italy, savors the message on a large greeting card in 2010. Photo by Jodi Cobb/National Geographic.
The photographer’s mother, Madje Steber, suffered severe memory loss during her final years at a Florida facility, February 24, 2006. Photo by Maggie Steber/National Geographic.
A Sami in Sweden mourns the loss of two reindeer that starved after locking horns in a fight for dominance. Photo by Erika Larsen/National Geographic.
After working himself into a trance, a man leaps through a flaming pyre in Venezuela, October 12, 2009. Photo by Kitra Cahana/National Geographic.
Nestled in their bed in Miami, Florida, four young sisters nap on a Sunday afternoon after attending church, December 6, 2009. Photo by Maggie Steber/National Geographic.
In Hotan, China, a Uygur town with a rising Han Chinese population, Uygurs socialize at their own nightclubs, November 21, 2008. Photo by Carolyn Drake/National Geographic.
To guide their decision-making, the Kyrgyz often seek out shamans to read their fortune with cards in Talas, Kyrgyzstan, September 17, 2010. Photo by Carolyn Drake/National Geographic.