It has been two weeks since I returned from Ghana. And I miss it more with every passing day. It’s always this way, alas. With the warm reception of the first collection of portraits of the Kids of Asemkow (thanks again for Freshly Pressing, WordPress), I wanted to do a follow-up post with another collection of smiley faces. There’s still more to come, but that will be in the future. Here’s round two of the Kids of Asemkow. Enjoy!

Kids of Ghana
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Kids of Ghana 1
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Kids of Ghana 2
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Kids of Ghana 3
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Kids of Ghana 4
Photo by Ryan Bolton.

Kids of Ghana 6
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Kids of Ghana 7
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Kids of Ghana 8
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Kids of Ghana 9
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Kids of Ghana 10v
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Kids of Ghana 11
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Kids of Ghana 12
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Kids of Ghana 13
Photo by Ryan Bolton.
Kids of Ghana 14
Photo by Ryan Bolton.

Written by Ryan Bolton

Ryan is a Toronto-based writer and photographer that likes to break the rules. His work has taken him around the world to do what he truly loves—storytelling. And drinking cold beer.

11 comments

  1. They are adorable and they’re smiles say it all 🙂 Nice photos! You really captured their happiness and I am absolutely in love with the picture of the kid running off on the pathway.

  2. Let’s hear it for the Crunchmeister! Unbelieveable – and the results are true pro work. Man if you can work like this under prusrese.. well then what’s the limit? Always raising the bar my friend…

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