Rich vs poor: how it looks from the topBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/rich-vs-poor-how-it-looks-from-the-top
Aerial photographer cronista johnny Miller demonstrate dramatically the gap between rich and poor in cities of South Africa, Mexico and India.
These photographs — part project "Unequal Scenes of" johnny Miller, which he started in April 2016, in order to demonstrate the inequality between people.
Vukuzenzele, Cape Town
Santa Fe, Mexico City
Casey Park, Johannesburg
Mumbai (till 1995 — Bombay)
Top corner, known as the "Nadir view" shows the boundaries consisting of fences or roads between rich and poor. On one side are slums and rich homes and mansions.
Golf course, Durban, South Africa
Ixtapaluca, Mexico City
Tembisa, Johannesburg, South Africa
Find the best places for shooting photographs of drones requires Miller quite a lot of preparation.
Lake Michelle, Masiphumelele, Cape Town
Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa
Keywords: Aerial photography | Poor | Rich | India | Mexico | South AfricaPost News Article
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