6th March PhotoWalk

On the 6th of March, 2014, it rained heavily in Accra. I was very wet. Not just me, @GanyobiNaa was all drenched up and Nii Odzenma didn’t really care about the rain, after all, he lives close to the beach in Labadi. Wait, I think Teshie. Well, whether Labadi or Teshie, he still lives close to the sea.

We decided to spend that day, which was a holiday, ‘photo-walking’ around Osu, Accra, and this time it was strictly shooting with our smartphones. I don’t know why Naa settled on this idea, but I can say it was fun. We ended up watching the parade at the independence square for sometime and it was sad watching our Mr. President being whipped by the rain as he went round inspecting the contingents.

Anyway, without much talking, here are some of the pictures I took with my mobile phone. Enjoy and please comment and share too.

School Children on their way to parade
School Children on their way to parade
around the castle, Osu
around the castle, Osu
they were going to the parade
they were going to the parade

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a shoemaker's shop
a shoemaker’s shop

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funny posters.
funny posters.
post no bill
post no bill

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representing
representing
there were so many photographers.
there were so many photographers.
and the rains came but that didn't stop them
and the rains came but that didn’t stop them

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one of my faves of the day
one of my faves of the day
there were kids, who also documented
there were kids, who also documented
they will tell their kids
they will tell their kids

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spectators
spectators


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