With his photography project “Life Without Lights”, Peter DiCampo delicately reminds the electricity guzzlers that we are, what it means to live off the grid.

 Because of its proximity to the equator, Ghana has 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness each day. But the country’s rural north has little or no access to electricity, plunging those who live there into darkness after 6 p.m. With only torches, flashlights, and other portable lights, the Ghanaians struggle to work and carry out everyday chores.”