Category Archives: Photography at home

From Queensland to Obuoba

I have lived at Nungua-Buade for the better part of a decade now. When you get used to a place you sometimes forget some of the things that make it beautiful. The road from Queensland School to Nungua Addo-Gonnno used to be the preferred route when getting to Barrier because it was less muddier and more even than the main route. The construction of the gates to seclude Regimanuel Gray Estates (due to incessant armed robbery activities) and the tarring of the Nungua-Buade roads have made it less trodden than in years gone by.

I have made portraits starting from the alleyway near my home thru to Queensland School to the Obuoba Gardens

 

Early Rise With Dzatapuss

Cats are interesting creatures. I made a few portraits of my ginger and white tom named Dzatapuss (“dzata” in the Ewe language means “lion” so he is literally called Lionpuss!) as he curled up in a ball in the early morning. The camera clicks roused him and he obliged to a few shots before sauntering away onto the rooftop.