Snapshots: The Yellow Bench By Steve Ababio

Posted: May 28, 2015 in Modeling, Photography
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He is one of the few my mind syncs with. Befriending a notable Ghanaian in the arts industry has been, so far, one of the most amazing things I’ve done.

Steve Ababio is down to earth, real, intelligent, smart, God-fearing, and older than I am. Hah!

About a week ago, I paid him a visit at his residence; it’s serene and peaceful, especially when there is electricity and mosquitoes aren’t obsessing over your skin at about 4pm in the garden.

Here is the story behind the yellow bench – a short story; “you are not a certified model until take a shot on the yellow bench”.

So now tell me, how did I do?














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  1. You’re looking SOOO beautiful there. You both got some great shots.
    I understand the mindset sync between others that think like me. In photoshoots or working on anything creative it makes all the difference

    • Miz_Akwele says:

      Thanks for the compliments, Scott 😆😍🙈

      Yes it does make all the difference. In cases where there’s no sync, it’s often evident in the works. He could tell which photos I liked and why I liked them. This was pretty interesting because it was unplanned.

  2. sigimaedchen says:

    Wow, you are so very beautiful. You definitely have a skill for modeling: you own simplicity in your style and communicate very relatable emotions. Lovely. I love that yellow bench. 🙂

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