The slideshow below is a series of images (mostly black, white, and green) that I took of the rocks along the coast of Elmina, Ghana. The textures and creatures growing on the rocks were quite fascinating. If you like these you should definitely take a look at Kenny Jensen’s photography from the coastline of San […]
The very first day I went into Nalerigu, Ghana I noticed the colorful yet simple illustrations on the signs outside of shops. Barber shops, saloons, restaurants, butcheries, photo studios and even cell phone booths all had amazing paintings on their signs. I started taking pictures of the signs and while reviewing my photographs I noticed […]
See photos by the Hewitt kids after I give them a little photography lesson for their Homeschooling Art class.
In years past we’ve made videos for Christmas cards (2006, 2005, 2002) but this year we commissioned Boyz2Men, the top artist in Nalerigu to paint our card for us (more on him later). Merry Christmas to all!
I gave you a look at the artistic genius that is my breakfast every morning. Unfortunately Heidi gets the opposite. She eats some generic Ghanaian corn flakes every day and has to stare at a box featuring the Comic Sans font. No breakfast of champions would write the word “champion” in Comic Sans. For those […]
Talk about the breakfast of champions! This is what I’ve been eating every morning. They may not taste all that great but staring at the genius artwork while I eat makes me forget about all that. I’m a bit perplexed by the yellow burst in the bottom right stating “NEW Improved”. I didn’t know you […]
In this image, Dr. Faile is checking out a little girl he is about to operate on. She had a large growth on the back of her head and he was figuring out how he was going to go about removing it. I really like the composition of this image because it (loosely) uses the […]