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Photo by Annie Griffiths Belt
National Geographic photographer Annie Griffiths Belt captures images of women and their families living on almost every continenent in her book, A Camera, Two Kids, and a Camel.

In this image, a Pakistani girl peers into the camera lens.
Photo by Annie Griffiths Belt
A Chinese woman paints her face.
Photo by Annie Griffiths Belt
These African women and children live in a refugee camp.
Photo by Annie Griffiths Belt
A Bedouin woman shows her facial tattoos.
Photo by Annie Griffiths Belt
Guatemalan women wear their signature, woven fabrics.
Photo by Annie Griffiths Belt
Palestinian women wear white to symbolize purity.
Photo by Annie Griffiths Belt
African women from the Masaai tribe shave their heads, and wear beaded necklaces and bracelets.
Photo by Annie Griffiths Belt
Pakistani laborers dress in elegant attire even while working.
Photo by Annie Griffiths Belt
A woman from Papua New Guinea shows the scarification on her back.
Photo by Annie Griffiths Belt
An Aboriginal woman adorns herself with body paint.

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