The past weekend I traveled to Koforidua to shoot a wedding. It was my first wedding outside Accra this year. After the wedding I drove to Atimpoku to spend the night. It was adventurous experience. I had no knowledge on of the road and I was driving my old smiling Benz which has traveled in ages. Good news I was that I made it.
On my way back to Accra I made a couple of stops along the way. First I stopped by the 46 years old Adomi Bridge.The Bridge links the Eastern Region of Ghana to the Volta Region. I grabbed a few shots quickly and journeyed towards Kpong. At Kpong I stopped by the riverside to buy some Tilapia. Enjoy the shots.
I just got back from the Google Plus hangout for Creative Artist in Ghana. The event which was hosted by Google Ghana at Citizen Kofi, was to introduce some of the cool features of Google Plus. Here are few shots I made after the presentation.
A couple of weeks ago I took time off my regular morning routine of either sleeping the morning away or sitting behind my pc editing photos. I did something different- I joined my sister to walk her son, Kobby, to school. I was supposed to do this shoot on his first day at school but I kept pushing it back. When I saw him smartly dressed in his uniform that morning looking his usual cheerful self, I decided this must be the morning I grab photos of him going to school. Please enjoy
It’s 5th of March and I get a call from my friend. He wants to know if I will be interested in going to the circus later in the evening. I didn’t know there was a circus in Ghana. I was already exhausted from a beach shoot but I decided to go and see what pictures I grab on the first day the Circus opened. Here they are.
Photos from Canoe Magazine Masquerade Party held at the Golden Tulip, Accra in June 2011.