Ife and Fola tied the knot last weekend in a Nigerian traditional engagement wedding. The wedding was filled with joy, happiness and love as they prepare for their white wedding the next day. Back in February 2009, I shot a beautiful couple session with the couple. You can see the highlights from the session here.
One of the most exciting things is to appreciate life and travel to other parts of the world to learn about new cultures, people and places. This will allow you to grow as a person and acquire knowledge you can share with others.
Last week I traveled to Nigeria for a visit that only lasted for a few days. I’m back home and would like to share some of the things I learned. I learned that you have to reinvent yourself regularly and the best way to grow is to reinvent yourself first. Stop and take a time off and really think about what you do and why you do it. And set reasonable goals you can achieve.
While in Lagos-Nigeria, I took some interesting images below.
The newly developed Lagos Oriental Hotel
The Civic Centre
Time to relax.
Chicken traders. The image below tells it all.
Hard working tailors .
A moment in time of a market place.
Herd of “Okadas” part 1
Herd of “Okadas” part 2
Playing soccer under a bridge with traffic plus Lagos fresh air is equal to many possibilities.
Dolphin Estate – Flats
Great architectural design. The church is near the Murtala Muhammed International Airport.