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Street vendors exploit a traffic jam in Accra, Ghana,
creating a supermarket that flows past the immobilized vehicles.
Personalized coffins, demonstrating interests or professions, are popular in Ghana.
Was this coffin commissioned by a carpenter -- or by Tom DeLay?
Our welcoming committee in Lom?Harbor (Togo),
Scene of much shipping but few visitors.
School children in Badougbe Village, Togo
The Fetish (Voodoo) Market in Lom? Togo.
This market stocks thousands of ingrediants for Voodoo tonics and fetishes.
Voodoo ceremony in the Togo village of Agoe-Kieme
The stilt village of Ganvie, in the marshes of Benin
Fishermen on Lake Nokoue in Benin
Many people in Cameroon dress up on Christmas Day.
These two siblings share a Christmas snack in the Botanical Park (Limb? Cameroon).
Boxing-Day church service in Kribi, Cameroon
"Cleanliness is a Good to be consumed without moderation"
(French-language banner above a main street in Kribi, Cameroon)
Ruins of the plantation home of the Portugeuse Royal family in Sundi, Principe Island.
Principe Island was uninhabited when the Portugeuse discovered it around 1471 and imported many slaves.
Another view of the ruined ro? in Sundi (Principe Island), which is also where
Sir Arthur Eddington used a solar eclipse in 1919 to prove part of Einstein's theory of relativity.
The Waterfall at S? Nicolau in S? Tom?Island.
The two islands of S? Tom?& Principe, 130 kilometers apart, is now one democratic country.
The Mondah Rain Forest in Gabon, near Libreville
A boy near the Diosso Gorge in the Republic of Congo.
Guests arrive for a dinner party in the Namib Desert (Namibia).
The Namib Desert is believed to be the oldest desert in the world,
with some of the tallest and most spectacular dunes anywhere.
Peter & Lieschen, where the Namib Desert meets the Atlantic Ocean
(photo by Prof. Lewis E. Wilson)
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