This is Taseyon (Tah-say-yohn). At ten years old and in primary 5 (fourth grade), he was the first boy who greeted me when I arrived in the village of Badagry, Nigeria. Located in the western part of the state of Lagos, he wants to be a banker when he grows up because his favorite subject is mathematics. He is constantly showing me new things in his village to photograph and his smile is contagious.
While filming one day, I looked over and noticed that he had struck an accidental pose. It was so simple and innocent so I called out to him. He looked over at me and without moving a muscle, just smiled. This is Taseyon (Tah-say-yohn). At ten years old and in primary 5 (fourth grade), he was the first boy who greeted me when I arrived in the village of Badagry, Nigeria. Located in the western part of the state of Lagos, he wants to be a banker when he grows up because his favorite subject is mathematics. He is constantly showing me new things in his village to photograph and his smile is contagious.
While filming one day, I looked over and noticed that he had struck an accidental pose. It was so simple and innocent so I called out to him. He looked over at me and without moving a muscle, just smiled.

This is Taseyon (Tah-say-yohn). At ten years old and in primary 5 (fourth grade), he was the first boy who greeted me when I arrived in the village of Badagry, Nigeria. Located in the western part of the state of Lagos, he wants to be a banker when he grows up because his favorite subject is mathematics. He is constantly showing me new things in his village to photograph and his smile is contagious.

While filming one day, I looked over and noticed that he had struck an accidental pose. It was so simple and innocent so I called out to him. He looked over at me and without moving a muscle, just smiled.

With 20-30 lightning strikes happening per minute and rain blowing in two different directions, I sat inside wishing that I could get a vantage point to photograph the storm. As the storm subsided, I ran to my backyard balcony, setting up for some long exposures.
Failing at each one of them, I became frustrated at the situation. A moment later, a massive bolt shot up from a neighbors yard, startling me as I released a 30-second exposure. Feeling my arm start to tingle as the sky exploded in electricity, I packed up my things and called it a night.

With 20-30 lightning strikes happening per minute and rain blowing in two different directions, I sat inside wishing that I could get a vantage point to photograph the storm. As the storm subsided, I ran to my backyard balcony, setting up for some long exposures.

Failing at each one of them, I became frustrated at the situation. A moment later, a massive bolt shot up from a neighbors yard, startling me as I released a 30-second exposure. Feeling my arm start to tingle as the sky exploded in electricity, I packed up my things and called it a night.

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