In photos: Beyond the surf, Ghana’s coast is a kaleidoscopic dream

Australian photographer, Adrian Morris travelled from east to west, along the coast, and south to north. As he travelled, he noticed how much the country changed—culturally and topographically—from place to place, region to region. "Totally different languages, traditions and landscapes. I thought that was incredible. On the coast, I sometime felts like I was on a remote island in the Caribbean. Other times, it was like being in the heart of a busy African city. For a country that’s nowhere near as big as others in Africa, I thought that was pretty unique.” - Adrian Morris

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