Financial imbalance in our country is not hidden from anyone.
There’s a huge gap between the rich and poor. While poor fail to pay the loans of a few thousand in their lifetime, rich people earn more than that amount daily or monthly. Rich people keep everything in stocks and save a lot of money from discounts, poor guys keep everything limited because that’s what their situation allows. Forget discounts, poor people worry about their pending payments.
The differences don’t end here and it’s just a start. However, this is not a case only in India and the problem is spread worldwide.
A photographer named Johnny Miller decided to cover this difference and show it through his camera lens. Johnny Miller clicked the photos of several cities in the world and presented the aerial view to his followers. He has basically used the aerial view of several cities in the world to represent the difference between rich and poor. Have a look-
This is how he represented the inequality in Mumbai, India
“Informal recyclers in Dharavi exist within sight of the National Stock Exchange, traditional fishermen moor their boats in the shadows of skyscrapers in Worli, and leopards prowl the Sanjay Ghandi National Park on the city's northern flank. In short, it's a city of contradictions.” See more of the Unequal Scenes in Mumbai on my website here: unequalscenes.com/mumbai
That’s Detroit, USA
The aerial view of Cape Town
Primrose/Makause (Johannesburg, SA)
Otto’s Bluff road, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
And now Mexico
Isn’t that disturbing?