Mexican photographer Eunice Adorno captures women from rural Mennonite communities in her series Flower Woman. Despite being unable to speak German, Adorno manages a candid peek into their daily lives. The photos are surprisingly playful, their relationships centered around a close-knit sisterhood and religious tradition that feels both unhindered and buoyant. Flower Woman features few portraits and more the everyday spaces and crumpled keepsakes these women treasure. A compassionate chronicle of an often closed society, Adorno tells a tale of the bond between women, and the joys, fears and memories so familiar to us all.
This post was contributed by photographer and Feature Shoot Editorial Assistant Jenna Garrett.