The last in the series. I'll be back tomorrow and I have some really lovely stuff which I've manage to shoot. You'll be seeing them over the next coming days. I still have more shots in this series but I want to keep them for a part two. Such include rivers in the centre of the streets and hawking etc. If you ask me nicely I'll put them up sooner. Thanks for all the lovely comments thus far and apologies for not reply them as the internet connection here is far from stable. I'll be replying them when I return.
Any job you can think of someone here is doing it. If you can't find it then it's not needed. For instance this is a "driver" the term we call our chauffeurs in Nigeria, not sure why maybe it's because that's all they do and literally that's all they do (ponder on that for a sec), anyway he's having a pedicure while he waits for his "oga" - boss (which was me in this instant). Now think about what you see here, he's in the middle of a car park and he calls this guy on the left to do the job for him and for how much? =N=50 (20pence or 30cents). Wow! What a bargain, but this is this lads vocation.Discussion point: One thing for sure is that people are very enterprising in these parts of the world. What are your own impressions on this image? What's the equvalent of this kind of enterprise in the west?