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Daniela.
Shy, yet sociable.
Nerdy.
Kind of weird.
Complicated.
Insanely perfectionist.
Honest.
Ironic & Sarcastic.
Spoiled, but not egocentric.
Gentle & Sweet.
Passionate, though not exactly romantic.
A dreamer.

<3 Music, Photography, Books, Sneakers, Shopping, Cooking.
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Inspiring Change and an End to Child Marriage with @stephsinclairpix

To learn more about the stories behind the pictures, follow @stephsinclairpix and @tooyoungtowed on Instagram. To see how you can get involved, visit the Too Young To Wed website and the Girl Summit website.

“She looked at me with tears in her eyes and spoke quietly, ‘In my whole life, I have never felt love.’ I continued to hear similar stories as I traveled, researching and photographing child marriage in countries like Nepal, Ethiopia, India and Yemen, Tanzania, South Sudan and even Europe and the US,” says photographer Stephanie Sinclair (@stephsinclairpix), who has spent more than a decade documenting the abuse of women and girls around the world.

Stephanie’s long-term photography project, Too Young To Wed (@tooyoungtowed), joins the UK’s Department for International Development and UNICEF at the first Girl Summit in London.

"I wanted to make sure that we got these images and stories in front of diplomats and policy makers who could enforce laws and support programs to provide more protection for these girls," she says. "I was sure if the rest of the world understood their lives as I had come to, real change wouldn’t be far behind."

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A video (0:49) of the Araki Nobuyoshi train- a rolling and functional exhibition of Araki’s photography that was part of the Setouchi Triennale, an art event in which twelve islands in Japan’s Seto Inland Sea hold every three years. 

video via Asahi Newspaper

Perhaps you’d prefer the special Nobuyoshi Araki room at the Dogo Onsen in Ehime? It’s part of the Dogo Onsen Art Festival 2014.  

More pictures and info here.