Societal and economic differences occasionally become rather hard to see from ground level. We are so consumed with our lives and ourselves that we miss out on things in front us. Perhaps we do need to rise above all this, sometimes quite literally, like photographer like Johnny Miller. The photographer, as a way to show the disparity between poor and the rich, shot photographs of areas with a drone, giving things a brand new perspective.
In South Africa segregation of public spaces was compulsory.
Even 22 years after the end of apartheid, these inequalities still exist. Take a look at some of the photos of filthy rich folks residing only metres away from those who can't manage a meal for themselves. Miller's project, titled 'Unequal Scenes', aims to reveal the inequality as objectively as possible in hopes to start a dialogue about the problem in a manner that is peaceful.