In Ghana, living on the water takes many different forms – from cities on the Gulf of Guinea to stilted villages on inland lakes and rivers. These images from Ghanaian-born photographer George Qua-Enoo capture scenes from around the country. George is a commercial photographer based in Ontario, Canada who has been traveling with various NGO’s to document their projects in a country he still feels close to. “Although I left Ghana for South Africa when I was 16 years old, I’ve been back many times since most of my relatives are there,” George says. “I have a strong connection to the country and feel at home when I am there. I think this enables me to capture authentic and dignified portraits of the people.” With soft colors and a quiet tranquility, this series poignantly shows moments spent on the shores of Ghanaian waters large and small.