12 Stunning Moments Captured By Late Bob Pixels (Pictures)

Ghanaians were greeted with the sad news of the demise of one of its finest photographers, Emmanuel Bobbie known by many as Bob Pixels on Thursday, February 25, 2021.

Although the cause of his death is unknown, unconfirmed reports indicate the prolific photographer died after contracting covid-19.

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The news of his death has left social media sad as many say who will feed them with exclusive and quality pictures of events, Late Bob Pixel's works are well recognized both locally and Internationally.

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May he rest in peace.

Below are 12 stunning moments captured by the Late Bob Pixels:

*The Agile Adowa girl #asantehemma#manhyia

The "executioner"... Still a terrifying sight...#afiaKobi

Shot of a vulcanizer sleeping on his wares around the Lapaz area

A coconut seller resting in his mobile “shop” at Achimota after presumably a long day. #achimota#skatersyard

Smile is a universal language I guess. #ishotcanon#85mm#canon#5Dmark IV #Ghanaianphotographer#baker#Tamale#85mm1.2

Don’t aspire to make a living, aspire to make a difference that continues after you are long gone. @canonusa

He came across as the leader and had a bullish appearance. He is Jacob. We walked out of world-leading e-waste dumpsite treading carefully not to step on any abandoned black polybags..#Ghana#agbogbloshie#canon#24-70


🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾. They older now btw😍💕

Pls swipe > “Boy” this could be the dumbest “sh^#” you ever do in your photography career. What if you die? 07-12-16 #canon#documentary#mining#galamsey

Travel and see. Canon Eos R 16-35 2.8L III USM shot at 16mm

Tbt: what an old man/woman sees sitting down, a young man/woman cannot see standing up

Canon 5D Mark IV . 85mm f1.2L All rights reserved. Emmanuel Bobbie

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith