Taken by Edward Goldman 3/2005 Wood carvers sit in the streets carving the most intricate shapes and sell them each day.
Taken by Edward Goldman 3/2005 Everything is sold outside; even clothing, appliances such as refrigerators and electronics.
Taken by Edward Goldman 3/2005 People live in these huts along the river. This picture shows children napping, and clothing drying on their roofs.
Taken by Edward Goldman 3/2005 There are 2 tolls on the turnpike, which runs the entire length of the country. One in Ghana and one in Nigeria, on the border. Men, women and children stand along the turnpike selling goods to people as they drive by.
Taken by Edward Goldman 3/2005 In the background of this picture is the only bridge in the country. In the foreground is freshly baked bread-ready to be loaded into the large bowls for women to carry on their heads along the highway for sales. ———– For more information about Accra, Ghana, Africa- please visit www.lonelyplanet.com/destinations/africa/ghana
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