Kyle Mijlof photographed these waterfalls in Ghana, while visiting the country as part of his 18 month photographic journey.
Kyle Mijlof photographed these waterfalls in Ghana, while visiting the country as part of his 18 month photographic journey through Africa, Europe and the Middle-East.
“These beautiful falls are hidden away in the woods close to the Kumasi/Kintampo highway in Ghana. The fall is only four kilometres away from the town on the Kintampo-Tamale highway. This is the point where the Pumpu River falls some seventy metres down beautiful rocky steps to continue its journey towards the Black Volta at Buipe. I was lucky enough to see the falls on a local University outing which can best be described as a ragging environment.”
About the photographer: While studying, Kyle experimented with live band photography, which progressed to magazine cover shoots and ultimately a job as a night life photographer. After graduating from a sound design course at AFDA Film School, Kyle spent his savings on a Canon 5D Mark II and set off on his amazing photographic journey.