Loveliest Girl in the World

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Petra Parvikoski & Miina Savolainen "The loveliest girl in the world" . . for almost a decade Miina Savolainen,finnish photographer, art and social educator photographed 10 girls from Hyvönen Children's Home. The basis of the project was “empowerment” "to give girls a different perspective of themselves, to bring to the surface their true persona, or perhaps a persona they wished they could be"

Petra Parvikoski & Miina Savolainen "The loveliest girl in the world" . . for almost a decade Miina Savolainen,finnish photographer, art and social educator photographed 10 girls from Hyvönen Children's Home. The basis of the project was “empowerment” "to give girls a different perspective of themselves, to bring to the surface their true persona, or perhaps a persona they wished they could be"

Miina Savolainen, Finnish photographer

Miina Savolainen, Finnish photographer

From "The loveliest girl in the world" by Miina Savolainen

From "The loveliest girl in the world" by Miina Savolainen

Maailman ihanin tyttö-kirja/ "The Loveliest Girl in the World", a Finnish photography project by art photographer and social worker Miina Savolainen. Such a beautiful book with touching stories about orphanage girls that are photographed in the Finnish beautiful nature in aim to raise their self-reliance and share their thoughts about themselves.

Maailman ihanin tyttö-kirja/ "The Loveliest Girl in the World", a Finnish photography project by art photographer and social worker Miina Savolainen. Such a beautiful book with touching stories about orphanage girls that are photographed in the Finnish beautiful nature in aim to raise their self-reliance and share their thoughts about themselves.

"The loveliest girl in the world" . . for almost a decade Miina Savolainen,finnish photographer, art and social educator photographed 10 girls from Hyvönen Children's Home.  The basis of the project was “empowerment”    "to give girls a different perspective of themselves,  to bring to the surface their true persona, or perhaps a persona they wished they could be"

"The loveliest girl in the world" . . for almost a decade Miina Savolainen,finnish photographer, art and social educator photographed 10 girls from Hyvönen Children's Home. The basis of the project was “empowerment” "to give girls a different perspective of themselves, to bring to the surface their true persona, or perhaps a persona they wished they could be"

Miina Savolainen "The loveliest girl in the world" . . for almost a decade Miina Savolainen,finnish photographer, art and social educator photographed 10 girls from Hyvönen Children's Home. The basis of the project was “empowerment” "to give girls a different perspective of themselves, to bring to the surface their true persona, or perhaps a persona they wished they could be"

Miina Savolainen "The loveliest girl in the world" . . for almost a decade Miina Savolainen,finnish photographer, art and social educator photographed 10 girls from Hyvönen Children's Home. The basis of the project was “empowerment” "to give girls a different perspective of themselves, to bring to the surface their true persona, or perhaps a persona they wished they could be"

Miina Savolainen

Miina Savolainen

Miina Savolainen: Maailman ihanin tyttö - The Loveliest Girl in the World

Miina Savolainen: Maailman ihanin tyttö - The Loveliest Girl in the World

Miina Savolainen: Maailman ihanin tyttö - The Loveliest Girl in the World

Miina Savolainen: Maailman ihanin tyttö - The Loveliest Girl in the World

empowering photography by Miina Savolainen "The loveliest girl in the world" . . for almost a decade Miina Savolainen,finnish photographer, art and social educator photographed 10 girls from Hyvönen Children's Home. The basis of the project was “empowerment” "to give girls a different perspective of themselves, to bring to the surface their true persona, or perhaps a persona they wished they could be"

empowering photography by Miina Savolainen "The loveliest girl in the world" . . for almost a decade Miina Savolainen,finnish photographer, art and social educator photographed 10 girls from Hyvönen Children's Home. The basis of the project was “empowerment” "to give girls a different perspective of themselves, to bring to the surface their true persona, or perhaps a persona they wished they could be"

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