28 fotos que mostram que ser mãe é o trabalho mais importante do mundo Mãe: palavra pequena, mas com significado infinito.


MÃE: três letras que resumem o verdadeiro amor em carne e osso. Nossa mãe é a pessoa mais querida e importante de nossas vidas, sem sombra de dúvida. Ela nos deu a vida, nos educou, cuidou de nós e, é claro, nos ama de uma maneira que só as mães podem amar.

Pensando nisso os gringos do Bright Side elaboraram uma seleção de fotos de mulheres de 24 países diferentes que nos mostram que, apesar do cruel mundo em que vivemos, sempre haverá alguém que nos amará incondicionalmente até o último dia de sua vida.

1. Camarões

HAPPY MOTHERS DAY – Photos by @gabrielegalimbertiphoto – Douala, Cameroon – Series of studio portraits of women and their children while they are waiting in line to get vaccinated for tetanus – Cameroon has an extremely high infant and child mortality rate: almost one out of eight children dies before reaching the fifth year of life. Children die for illnesses generally linked to precarious hygienic and social conditions, the main killers being diarrhea, malaria, pneumonia. Tetanus too used to pose a big risk, especially for newborns, since it could easily be transmitted during delivery in an unhealthy environment. Nevertheless, the grim picture has also a good angle: in 2015 Cameroon has been declared “tetanus free” thanks to the many health centres which have been dysplaying a tremendous effort in order to establish a vaccination programm involving mothers and children. I have visited some of these centres and have conducted interviews with nurses, mothers, pregnant women, social workers, village chiefs. Beside the antitetanus campaign, we have witnessed how vaccinations and antimalarial drugs are being made available to the poorest. It’s far from enough to make drugs economically affordable: the real challenge is to bring the mothers and children to the health centres, and the health centres to the mothers and children. One has to persuade the community (especially women) that vaccines are useful and health centres are worth being visited. How to do it? Sometimes with words, sometimes with pictures, sometimes with some gospel music. @instituteartist #cameroon #vaccine #mothers #children #women #douala #tetanus #mothersday #motherday

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2. Tibet

3. Camboja

4. Malawi

5. Timor-Leste

6. Etiópia

Karo Tribe mother and her child. For long time Karla from Ethiopia were killed the kids born outside of marriage. This tradition was stopped two years ago thanks to Lale Labuko, a man from the tribe who was educated convinced the elders… a hard and dangerous task. Hamer tribe still do it . ……………………………………………………………………… All my pics are available for prints and can be shipped all over the world. If you wish to get a signed print of one of my them, please send me a mail at Lafforgue@mac.com…………………………………………………. #ig_mood #infinity_shotz #profile_vision #igshotz #ig_masterpiece #profile_vision #everydayevrywhere #inscountries #igphotoworld #stunning_shots #travelawesome #travel #travelphotography #travelgram #travelphotographer #igtravel #photooftheday #ericlafforgue #AJEinpictures #guardiantravelsnaps #africa #tribal #karo #kara #baby #mingi #tribal #ethiopie #ethiopia #omo #tribe

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7. Laos

8. Rússia

9. Tailândia

10. Nepal

11. Peru

If you ever went to the highlands of Peru and Bolivia, you have seen them: Quechua women, with their colorful clothes, shepherding their sheep and alpacas. If you look closer, you'll probably see that while shepherding, they're making clothes. And if you find someone with them, it will probably be their children. On assignment with @quechuabenefit, which among other things, helps Quechua children to get education for a better future. 🔊Tenha essa foto na sua parede. Mande um inbox 🔊Hang this photo on your wall. Send me an inbox. #travel #trip #quechua #documentaryphotography #reportagespotlight #everydayeverywhere #everydaylatinamerica #everydayperu #anthropology #antropologiavisual #photojournalism #fotojornalismo #peru #chacaconiza #alpaca #weaving #artcraft #artisania #artesanato #igersperu_reto_32 #mothersday

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I am mom enough! #iammomenough #lasmothersproject #momenough #momenoughproject

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12. Uganda

I love the inquisitive look of this kid, while his mother stopped for a few seconds in her walk, to be able to pose in front of the camera. I was struck by their clothes: her white shirt, in an area where there are no washing machines (I never travel with white clothes because they get dirty immediately and then there is no way to make them look white again); the impeccably wrapped handkerchief on her head; the red sweater with snowmen on it, in an area where they have never seen it snow… — Series: Life near Lake Bunyonyi, Uganda | October 2016 Nikon D610 | Nikkor 24mm 1.8G www.roadprovides.com — Don't forget to TURN ON post notifications! That way you will not miss my new photos when IG doesn't show them to you. For that, go to my profile, click on the three dots on the top-right and the options will appear: it is the last option — #uganda #lakebunyonyi #everydayafrica #eastafrica #humanity_shots #people_infinity #tasteforafrica #peopleoftheworld #africanportraits #igs_africa #makeportraitsnotwar #portraitmood #portraitoftheday #spencer_travel_feature #peopleinframe #majestic_people #lamedumonde #natgeotravel #documentaryphotography #global_portraits #nikond610 #faces_of_streets #portraitpage #portraitfestival #majestic_people #great_captures_people #ig_respect

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13. Guatemala

14. Burkina Faso

15. Quénia

Mpopongi Maasai village, Kenya. I arrived to this village after a long motorbike ride with a Maasai rider. Once there, I was invited to have a cup of "chai" (milk tea) in the house of the Maasai family of the woman in the photo. The main room was covered by the smoke of the wood on fire and it was difficult to breath inside, so we stayed at the doorway drinking a cup of tea that I didn't even finish due to the uncomfortable filling of being surrounded by hundreds of bugs running all around the walls near us. It was very charming to see this young mother giving feeding her daughter — Maasai Mara, Kenya | September 2016 Nikon D610 | Nikkor 85mm 1.8G www.roadprovides.com — #kenya #africanchildren #africankids #everydayafrica #eastafrica #africanportraits #igs_africa #travelstory #natgeotravel #photojournalist #photojournalism #documentaryphotographer #documentaryphotography #travelphotography #travelphotographer #traveldeeper #travellovers #reportagespotlight #people_infinity #humanity_shots #spencer_travel_feature #remotexpeditions #traveltheworld #people_and_world #lamedumonde #faces_of_streets #kings_works

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16. Malásia

17. A Gâmbia

18. China

19. Myanmar

. . I noticed this mother and daughter from the Kayan tribe, walking home from school in their village, in the Kayan state of Myanmar. I found it interesting that the child already had the neck rings at such an early age so I approached them to chat. I was lucky enough to be invited into their home were I took this image. I found the Kayan to be very friendly and welcoming. . . . Photo taken by 😀@spencer_travel_photographer😀 Follow me around the world and see the world as I see it..🌍 . . . . Remember to tag your images #spencer_travel_feature #spencer_travel_feedback For a chance to be featured 🏆 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #myanmar #myanmarburma #burma #asia #asian #passportexpress #passionpassport #traveler #travelmore #travelblog #ig_shotz #ig_daily #igaddicts #ig_global_life #ig_photooftheday #ig_cameras_united #travels #travelingram #travelpic #traveltips #instagram #instadaily #insta #instagramer

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20. Indonésia

21. Cuba

Local colors. Havana, Cuba street photography series continued… 🇨🇺 #beboundless

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22. Vietnã

23. Bolívia

Photo by @christian_foto A mother carries her baby in a traditional blanket called "Aguayo" at La Cancha Market, in Cochabamba. The "Aguayo" is a fabric used to carry the babies. Carrying our babies close to our bodies brings them security and confidence. It also stimulates the child's senses. "La Cancha" is one of the largest and most popular markets in Latin America. You can find from vegetables and fruits to the latest technology such as plasma tvs or computers of the latest generation. La Cancha is in fact is an area that includes several markets, fairs, shops and outlets, located in the south of the city, near the old train station and a few blocks from the bus terminal. This picture was taken during an assignment for National Geographic Travel for the article entitled "A Journey to the Homeland of Hot Sauce" Photo by @christian_foto #aguayo #cochabamba #bolivia

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24. Índia

Gift from heaven..

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Divine connection, 2013

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