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my last few shots from ghana are those taken in panorama mode.. they are kind of summary of my trip and will take you through all my journey.. hope you enjoyed travelling through the beautiful land of ghana with me..!
Ghana (118 photos in 8 categories)
Kenya (77 photos in 8 categories)
Marocco (44 photos in 1 categories)
Senegal (64 photos in 5 categories)
Sierra Leone (51 photos in 4 categories)
South Africa (18 photos in 1 categories)
Tanzania (140 photos in 9 categories)
China (91 photos in 7 categories)
India (408 photos in 24 categories)
- Backwaters, Belur And Halebid, Black And White Snaps, Buddhist Sikkim, Cham Dance, Cochin (Kochi), Cochin - Chinese Nets (Cheena vala), Elephant Training Center, Golden Langur, Golden Temple, Namdroling Monastery, Hampi - Nature, Hampi Historical, Jaipur, Jaipur fabric factory, Jaipur slum dwellers, Kathakali, Kaziranga NP, Kodagu (Coorg) Hills, Mysore, Nagaland, Ooty, Shekhawati, The People, Theyyam Ritual Dance
Indonesia (124 photos in 5 categories)
Malaysia (92 photos in 6 categories)
Myanmar (Burma) (103 photos in 9 categories)
Vietnam (36 photos in 2 categories)
Czech republic (93 photos in 7 categories)
Denmark (8 photos in 1 categories)
England (31 photos in 3 categories)
Italy (16 photos in 1 categories)
Malta (9 photos in 1 categories)
Netherlands (36 photos in 3 categories)
Norway (506 photos in 26 categories)
- Autumn In Hemsedal, Autumn in Nordmarka, Best of 2001, Best of 2002, Best of 2003, Best of 2004, Best of 2005, Best of 2006, Best of 2007, Best Of 2008, Best Of 2009, Best Of 2010, Best Of 2011, Best Of 2012, Best Of 2013, Fjorda In Autumn, Hemsedal In Winter, Jotunheimen, Jotunheimen II, Land Of Fjords, Lofoten, Lofoten 2013, Nærøyfjord World Heritage Area, Svalbard, The Telemark Canal (Telemarkskanalen), Winter 2009
Sweden (18 photos in 1 categories)
The town of Cape Coast was my last stop before taking my plane back to Europe. Its a lot of history connected to the streets of this relaxed place and visiting Cape Coast Castle makes you feel you were back in 18-th century, when the slave trade was in full speed..
after all the adventure in north ghana i decided to relax a bit. having a small handmade map in my pocket i was heading towards ghana coast, hoping i'll be able to find a place free of tourists.. while going south, yellow bush turned slowly into beautiful tall jungle, big heaps of oranges were for sale just next to roads and at the end, finally, the huge waves of atlantic ocean welcomed me..
after spending few days on Brenu I realized its more to be found at this place reminding me of paradise. long walks round coast, chats with local fishermen, watching silent sunset.. you are invited to enjoy all the atmosphere with me.
west part of northern ghana felt much relaxed than its eastern neighbor - peple were enjoying their beers sitting outside local pubs, talking and having fun. especially bolgatanga was very lively city and not far from this city, talensi tribe is living in an montainous area. i was invited by David (america, same age as me) to visit him in a village, where he was building a new school for over one year. it was a great experience and i must say many thanks to David again..
if you happend to pass a village where local market takes place that very day, dont miss an apportunity to visit it.. its just fine to get lost among hundreds of people, buying or trying to sell meat, yams, crop, textiles, pens, home made spare parts for xylophones, etc. especially pito - home made beer is a great thing to taste and gives you a refreshing feeling during hot days..
at the nothern part of ghana, where this tribe lives, i found the most fascinating architecture of ghana. wonderfully painted houses with incredible functionality of the dwelling in every small detail. i had also a chance to visit an local soothsayer, an experience am never going to forget. soothsayers have a special position in social hierarchy of this tribe and as most of other african cultures, they are being considered as one of the most powerful and having a big authority for their skills.
the main goal of my ghana trip was to see people of the Lobi tribe, get a taste of their culture and the way they live their lifes. after several attempts to get to lobi villages I finally found a young man, who was willing to take me back in time - to a remote lobi village..
people of the lobi tribe live very close to the Black Volta river which is for them a special spiritual place. they belive that spirits are being part of the river and once they die, their soul is going to fly over to the other side of black volta, where it'll rest in peace..
larabanga was my first stop in ghana. some 800km north of coastline in an area generally called sahel, culture is much different from southern ghana. instead of concrete grayish houses, one can admire typical villages with muddy houses, enjoy driving on dirty roads but also see people living in destitute circumstances - sometimes not having even enough food. the main attraction in larabanga is nearby mole national park with elephants, but what I was charmed about were the surrounding villages..