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Unequal Scenes

Cape Town-based photographer Johnny Miller reveals the stark divide between the rich and the poor in South Africa through his drone-captured.

Unequal Scenes portrays scenes of inequality in South Africa from the air.

Unequal Scenes portrays scenes of inequality in South Africa from the air.

His photos have been seen by hundreds of thousands of people around the world, prompting a wide range of reactions, including some bigoted commentary.

Photographer Johnny Miller set out to document the extreme inequality in Cape…

Unequal Scenes, Inequality in Africa

For his new project “Unequal Scenes” Cape Town-based photographer Johnny Miller used a drone to show the inequality that exists in the Republic of South Africa.

Des photographies aériennes pour illustrer la frontière entre riches et pauvres #culturepub

Cape Town-based photographer Johnny Miller reveals the stark divide between the rich and the poor in South Africa through his drone-captured.

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Drone images show the “architecture of apartheid” in Cape Town is still firmly in place. "I felt that people had developed a certain complacency towards this incredible inequality, which to me was even more shocking than the poverty itself.

Fotografías aéreas que revelan las escenas de desigualdad que existen en Sudáfrica

For his new project "Unequal Scenes" Cape Town-based photographer Johnny Miller used a drone to show the inequality that exists in the Republic of South Africa.

art of the problem is a hangover from the era of apartheid city planning, which separated South Africa by race, and part of it is to do with the wealth divide still splicing the country's population. Unequal scenes are viewable in the Vusimuzi district

The extreme divide of rich and poor in South Africa captured by drones

art of the problem is a hangover from the era of apartheid city planning, which separated South Africa by race, and part of it is to do with the wealth divide still splicing the country's population. Unequal scenes are viewable in the Vusimuzi district

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