The birds squeak as the tires roll the grey 2013 Prado along the new stretch of bitumen running kilometers into the heat of the sun and out of sight – we are travelling the Kumba-Mamfe N8 National stretch. An amazing canopy along this roads but one of the longest bridges in Cameroon makes the journey worthwhile. And into the lens of Cameroonian travel photographer – Franck Ngamsop, you can get a glimpse of what I am talking about.
Franck Ngamsop has made it a point for Cameroonian’s in particular and the world at large to discover the untraveled parts of Cameroon through his lens’ eye. Along the N8 National stretch, this amazing edifice cutting almost above the canopy of thick forest stands-out as an exciting attraction and landmark.
The local population uses parts of this largely unoccupied rain forest for palm oil plantations and productions. We would think here of local projects such as RUMPEE which has helped the farmers in these areas to better the yield on palm nut production by providing them better treated and tested seedlings.