Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Images from Ghana- Central Region

We hit the road 2 days ago. I asked an old man at Senya Bereku, “So for how long have you been fishing?” He replied: “The moment I took my first steps as a baby, I headed straight to the beach and I have been fishing ever since.” Yesterday, I photographed a kind, old man who is our President’s friend and he has photos and stories to prove it. Each day brings new, refreshing stories. Watch this space for more.
Carving on a paddle
Kids catches crab
Fishermen's morning

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

beautiful...i need to get home n get some of these shots....

kofi said...

i like the super old man.

Anonymous said...

You captured strength and possibilities in those pics. All beautiful.

Edward Echwalu said...

Wow..the detail on the old man is crystal clear. Amazing.!! I believe you edited these photos with Adobe lightroom?

Anonymous said...

Hi Nana - I just send you an email about the 'Fishermen's Morning' photo. Hope to hear from you soon! Best, Maria.

Anonymous said...

I so love the fisherman's morning. Never saw life so alive. The sun, up high in the sky, against the sihouettes of the fishermen. I wish you coud print this for me. I want to hang it in my office and livingroom, so i'd no onger see life as a drudge.

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