Ghana. Part One: Accra and Kumasi


  • great work as always ilia !ReplyCancel

  • Joy Higgins

    Wonderful pictures Ilia. The boy with one gold shoe and one black shoe, great pick. The small wooden home with the Lord is mMy Shepard is also a wonderful shot. We think our homes are small and falling apart and look at the homes there, we are lucky to have the homes we have. Thanks Ilia for giving me a glimse at the rest of the world. I do not have opportunity to travel and enjoy seeing the people and places of the world.ReplyCancel

  • Matsiko Mudashir

    Hullo llia, thanks for the the great work, i do appreciate and learn from your great skill.ReplyCancel

  • Dominique Dagenais

    Your Sister Andrea sent me this link. Beautiful pictures! I will be posted around Tamale for 5 months with Engineers Without Borders. I should be there by the end of July after my 4 weeks training in Toronto.

    Your photography seems to be capturing the real rural Ghana and I enjoyed them very much.

    All the best


  • Fantastic images and good story. Nicely done.ReplyCancel

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