My name is Eudosia Andoh, originally from Ghana, I am an amateur photographer based in Georgia, Eastern Europe.
Georgia, a post soviet country located in eastern Europe has an interesting capital city known as Tbilisi. The cliche is that Tbilisi, represents the epitome of East meets West. A Silk Road crossroads where Arab, Ottoman, Mongol, and Russian imperial forces each left their own distinctive cultural mark. In the heart of the old town rugs dangle from whitewashed wooden balconies and bearded Georgian Orthodox priests jostle with tourists on narrow cobblestone streets. I have been fascinated by the city and it's inhabitants since I relocated from Southern Africa to Georgia four and half years ago. I fell in love with photography early 2018, bought my first camera and attended photo lessons with Yuri Mechitov. I am currently exploring all the photo genres with a focus on Street photography, portraiture, travel photography, still lifes and nature.Through my series of photographs on Tbilisi's streets and courtyards, I have sought to explore the city through its streets and ordinary people going about their daily activities.