I flew from Ouaga to Abidjan yesterday on Air Burkina. I’ll be spending this week with the media team working on redesigning the www.gowestafrica.org website. We’ve already come up with a layout and I’ve made Dreamweaver templates for the pages. However, the biggest task is organizing the content and moving everything from the old site […]
Peggy Ozment and her husband Pascal (Pat) have been living in Tamale, Ghana for almost a year now. Pat is a lecturer at the Baptist Theological Seminary and Peggy has been working as librarian. I posted photos of the Ozments and the seminary last week. I interviewed Peggy a couple weeks ago so that she […]
Today’s photo is brought to you by the letter M. Since the letter M is so marvelous it has decided to give you 3 more magnificent photos taken of a mosquito on my mac. No post-production effects were done on any of the images.
Proof that you don’t have to have a fancy, expensive camera to take good photos: Heidi took this great composition with a little digital camera my parents sent her. With me traveling so much Heidi was missing the chance to photograph some interesting medical cases at the hospital. They sent her a small Panasonic Lumix […]
I’m in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso this weekend and got to attend the “event of the year” at the International School of Ouagadougou (ISO). The annual holiday fair is a fund raiser by the PTA. Artists and vendors are invited to display their wares and ex-pats from all over Burkina come to buy things and have […]
When the Failes were learning Mampruli they lived in a village about 20 minutes from Nalerigu for several months to immerse themselves in the language and culture. A couple weeks ago I went with Elisabeth to the funeral of one of her Mamprusi language study friends’ mother. I’ve been meaning to post these images for […]