Ndimuh Bertrand Shancho shooting Nzhu Jimangemi, a gorilla folk film.
2014. Bechati, Lebialem, SW Cameroon

A woven bamboo bridge connecting Bechati to the road to Bamenda.
2014. Lebialem, SW Cameroon


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