Six, that’s how many goals the highly organized, talented, and intelligent Black Stars put past the Egyptians. Marching on to Brazil, 2014
Preparing for a live event in Kumasi
Traveling in Ghana
On a train from Takoradi to Kumasi
Places in Ghana
Another shot of Kejetia market, Kumasi.
Places in Ghana
Kejetia Market in Kumasi, Ashanti region. In the background is an ad for Star beer, Ghana’s beer of choice.
Ashanti women in their Adinkra cloth assemble for a ceremony, either a funeral for an elderly person or a durbar.
Sports in Ghana
Football poster for a match between Kumasi Asante Kotoko FC and Birmingham City FC, UK. (1969)
Games in Ghana
Selling bananas at the ultra modern Baba Yara stadium in kumasi. The stadium is home to Asante Kotoko football club a.k.a the porcupine warriors
Baba Yara (Bah-ba Yah-ra) was an exceptionally talented right winger who played for Kumasi Asante Kotoko and the national team, the Black Stars. Unfortunately, his playing days was cut short by an accident that left him paralyzed. Kumasi Sports Stadium is named after him.
Star Beer in Ghana
Not much has changed in terms of design. The bottle and label remains the same as seen in this 2010 billboard in Kejetia (Kay-jay-tia) market, Kumasi.
Ghana - Kumasi, Manhyia Palace & Museum
Manhyia (Main-shi-a) palace is the home of the Asantehene (Ah-san-ti-he-ne), king of the Ashantis.
GHANA - Arts & Culture
Ashanti ornaments, gold weights
GHANA - History & People
Mponponsuohene seated next to Asantehene, Osei Tutu II.
GHANA - Textiles
Adinkra cloth with strips of kente. What’s this one called?