Drone photography allows ordinary people to capture beautiful scenes of our world from an atypical perspective. Yet, drones can also be used to highlight many of the world's most troubling issues, since you'd need more than just four walls to keep things hidden from them. Johnny Miller is a South-African freelancer who uses his drone to document inequality all around the world. Below, you'll find some of his most striking shots:
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1. Zanzibar - A coastal resort surrounded by slums.
2. Nairobi - The poor collide with the rich in Loresho.
3. Mexico - The inequality that is rife within Mexico City
4. Mexico - The stark difference between Mexico City's housing solutions.
5. Nairobi - There is practically nothing separating Kibera's slums from this golf course.
6. India - Keeping the castes separate in Mumbai.
7. Tanzania - When riches meet with poverty head-first.
8. Zanzibar - A luxurious coastal resort surrounded by slums.
9. Mexico - A low-income area separated from the wealthier Santa Fe district.
10. South Africa - Durban's Papwa Sewgolum Golf Course sitting alongside an impoverished area.
11. South Africa - The Vusimuzi settlement beside one of Johannesburg's richer areas.
12. South Africa - The Pavilion, one of South Africa's largest malls, surrounded by tin huts.