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The South African-based photographer says: “From the minute you land in Cape Town, you are surrounded by shacks. “Literally, tin shacks surround the airport, which you have to drive past for about 10 minutes, until you reach the more affluent suburbs where privileged people (myself included) live.” Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Image caption Vukuzenzele, Sweet Home, Cape Town. Mr Miller continues: “This is the status quo in Cape Town, in South Africa, and in many parts of the world – but that’s a status quo that I’m not OK with. “To paraphrase Barack Obama, I believe that inequality is the defining challenge of this generation.” Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com The overhead angle, known as “nadir view”, reveals borders made up of fences, roads or wetlands between rich and poor. On one side lie poor housing and on the other affluent homes and mansions. Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Image caption Papwa Sewgolum Golf Course, Durban. Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Finding the best places to shoot drone photography takes Mr Miller a lot of research. “I identify where to take the photographs through a variety of tools … a combination of census data, maps, news reports, and talking to people. “Once I identify the areas I want to photograph, I visualize them on Google Earth, and try to map out a flight plan. This includes taking into account air law, air safety, personal safety, battery life, range, weather, angle, time of day, and many more factors.” Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Image caption Lake Michelle, Masiphumelele, Cape Town.
I was terrified I’d say the wrong thing. But I couldn’t just ignore them. So I began firing off a different answer based on how I was feeling at that exact moment. I like to remember her constantly; I try not to think of her at all. I focus on helping my family members; I avoid them for weeks on end. I think about people who have had it far worse than me; I rage because no one’s ever had it this bad. I cry until I hurt; I don’t allow myself to cry. I never watch any TV show that Lydia and I loved together; I binge on them for weeks. If one were to collect the advice I’ve offered to the people who have reached out to me, it’d be a contradictory mess. You name it, I’ve tried it, am trying it, will try it. I don’t know what to tell people about coping because the hurt is never gone.
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