Denis Vejas (1986 Lithuania) is a Vilnius-based visual storyteller and hardcore traveler. A big part of his work has been done in nomadic settings, living the experiences that the road brings. As a photographer and a traveler, he always felt attracted by the things happening on the peripheries of the global world, focusing on the social outskirts and the spaces that are commonly marginalized.

Denis documented these nightscapes for five months in Ghana.

Denis Vejas spent around 13 years on the road traveling independently. He thinks the state of being constantly curious, always facing something new, and being open for whatever comes next is the backbone of both; his work and his personality.

Please visit his website for more interesting photography documentaries.

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas




Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas




Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

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