Ghana – A Portrait is a photographic celebration of the colours and tastes of the West African country. Max Milligan spent months travelling around Ghana’s regions, from Elubo to Aglao, and Lawra to Bawku, recording what he saw before him.
Commissioned to celebrate the country’s golden jubilee and with a foreword by Kofi Annan, the book is literally a portrait of the nation; its culture, landscapes, architecture, wildlife and people.
The image journey captures Ghana’s coast, fishing villages and resorts, its forest reserves and historical monuments, its Slave Trade heritage and thirteenth century mud and stick mosques, its Ashanti gold mines and dry northern landscape, as well as the ecological marvel of Mole National Park and the vibrant sprawl of the capital Accra.
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