Romanian photographer capturing diversity of women’s beauty is in India

Noroc hopes her project serves as "an inspiration for all women that try to be themselves."

Noroc hopes her project serves as “an inspiration for all women that try to be themselves.”

Touring photographers are fast becoming a trend.

There’s Brandon Stanton of Humans of New York fame who documents the everyday lives and experiences of ordinary people, and does a whole lot of good in the process. There’s Nataly and Murad Osmann, the famous hand-holding couple of Instagram whose globetrotting adventures are a viral sensation.

And then there’s Mihaela Noroc, a 30-year-old professional photographer from Romania whose interest in “discover(ing) the sincere and authentic side” of people has led to her Atlas of Beauty project.

My first days in India, with The Atlas Of Beauty. It’s gonna be a colourful journey.

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Noroc has traveled the world, from “Western Europe to African Tribes, and from Rio de Janeiro to China” to capture the natural beauty of women from all over the world.

The photographer is traversing South Asia and recently landed in India, Buzzfeed reports.

And her photographs reveal the country’s diversity:

These days I explore the streets of Mumbai, India. #TheAtlasOfBeauty #India #AroundTheWorld

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Today in Delhi, India. #TheAtlasOfBeauty #AroundTheWorld #India

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Noroc hopes her project serves as “an inspiration for all women that try to be themselves.” Source