At the International School of Ouagadougou (ISO) they have a pet tortoise that serves as their mascot. I found him hanging out under some bushes and thought his face was fascinating. He looked like he was made of stone – something the black & white effect enhances further.
This is an update to the skin grafting post I put up two weeks ago. The patient returned to clinic for review and to have the staples removed. The skin graft looks great and is healing wonderfully. She still has weakness in the extension of her fingers, but I could see some improvement. It is […]
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 […]