This hardware store named “God Can Do Enterprise” is typical of the thousands of businesses in Ghana with religious names. No where else in the world have I seen God so integrated in the marketplace as in Ghana. I would like to learn how this practice came about, and why. I would also like to know if it is accompanied by a high level of integrity in business dealings. Accra, Ghana.
A roadside vendor prepares roasted plantain on a grill. All I can say, is that it was good! Hwy N8, Ghana.
The Door of No Return is the door which thousands of our shackled ancestors trudged through as they left Cape Coast Castle to be loaded on to crammed slave ships that transported them to the Americas during the Trans-Atlantic slave trade. The final picture shows fishing boats and fishermen now where slave ships once docked. – Cape Coast Castle.
Goats graze under the painted patterns on this wall in Kintampo.
“The Lord is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my strength, in whom I will trust; my buckler, and the horn of my salvation, and my high tower. Psalms 18:2
This huge natural bridge formation and tree are located on the property of the Kristo Buase Monastery near Techiman, Ghana.
Pots cleaned and lined against the outside of the house ready to cook the next meal on the nearby outdoor fire. — Kintampo, Ghana
Harmony of color and design evoke positive vibes wherever they are found. Even the homey exterior of gas station. Accra, Ghana.
These are two examples of the bold paint patterns used on some buildings in Accra. They really attract the attention of passersby, and make them memorable landmarks. – Accra, Ghana
More than a century ago these rocks behind the Cape Coast Castle witnessed the horrors of slave trade as hundreds of thousands of frightened Africans stood manacled on these rocks before being loaded onto slave ships. Today these same rocks are a place of peaceful freedom, where bright young African boys play and free Black men can stand quietly watching white waves dash and die on dark rocks that have stubbornly resisted the merciless pounding. Cape Coast, Ghana.