This is Soblana Biya.
I met him in the waiting hall in the Tamale Teaching Hospital (don't worry, Diaw went to the dentist).
He walked straight up to me and laughed in my face. Then he grabbed my phone and laughed at my screen saver. He just laughed and laughed until I began to chuckle with him.
He had the most impressive talent of being able to mimic everything I said in English. He would repeat me and then laugh some more.
It wasn't until I was about to leave that I noticed he had a long line of fresh stitches across a fold in his neck. You'd have never guessed he was the patient instead of his mother.
I'm confident this kid is gonna do alright in life. He's got the right attitude.
I was out looking for something interesting to shoot, hoping that the sun will eventually come out so I can get some nice sunset shots, but unfortunately it didn’t. Somehow I ended up turning into a street and found this old pier (with a refurbished building). Then this cruise ship just happened to pass by as I was about to take the shot. Sunny or not, I’m always learning. And if you’re still reading up to this point then let me just say THANK YOU. I really appreciate you following my progress. I’m constantly learning, so I can tell you that there will be more great shots and content yet to come! ✌🏽😎🇦🇺 #australiagram#tourismaustralia#wowaustralia#bestpixaustralia#bestpixsydney#visitnsw
“My definition of religion is: to be in tune with nature” - Osho 💚 Inspired by the beautiful @jillacroyoga and @heidiblais e essa menina linda, querida, cheia de luz que tive o prazer de conhecer e praticar e abraçar em SP @wylyoga