African Boulevard

Category: Sense of Place

 

Photo and caption by Dylan Neururer

This was a photo taken during my missions trip to Ghana Africa. There I tested my stereotypical view of the vast safaris, immense poverty, and lack of seemingly bare essentials. Much of it was I had believed it to be; however, there were many things about Africa that were in store. I took this picture during our excursion through the country. While going through one of the few and far in between towns. The people lined the barren landscape and dust ridden curbs with the lifeblood. The people there are real people. Friendly, cultured, extraordinary, and familiar in some ways.

Location: Kumasi, Ghana, Africa

 

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