coffee and cornflakes
“In the early 1950’s, James Barnor’s photographic studio Ever Young was visited by civil servants and dignitaries, performance artists and newly-weds. During this period, Barnor captured intimate moments of such luminaries as KwameNkrumah as he pushed for Pan-African unity and commonwealth boxing champion Roy Ankara, as well as ‘ordinary’ men and women,” via AdunaGow.net. ©JamesBarnor.
I’m paying honage to this image and excepted the text, for its placement of coffee within the art of photography and in the context of a place, Ghana. The culture of coffee is rich and seeing more images of it in everyday lives of people of all cultures is necessary.