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.
“Discrepancies in how people live are sometimes hard to see from the ground. The beauty of being able to fly is to see things from a new perspective – to see things as they really are. Looking straight down from a height of several hundred meters, incredible scenes of inequality emerge.” – wrote Miller.
Miller explains that some of the communities were “designed with separation in mind,” while others grew “more or less organically.” This is the result of the Apartheid policies when racial segregation was enforced by law. While these policies were eliminated 22 years ago, in reality, “many of these barriers, and the inequalities they have engendered, still exist.”
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When the Fukushima nuclear disaster struck Japan, residents within 18 miles of the plant were urged to evacuate. Five years have passed since then and the established exclusion zone is still closed to outsiders.
However, human desire to explore the unknown sometimes wins over set rules and regulations. Keow Wee Loong, a 27 -year-old Malaysian photographer, chose to ignore long government procedures and illegally snuck into Fukushima’s exclusion zone, bypassing police patrols and barricades. “It feels like a real-life version of Fallout” – Keow Wee told Adventure Trip. Equipped with only a gas mask, the daredevil didn’t fear to expose his bare skin to heightened levels of radiation in order to snap some never-before-seen photos of towns, untouched since 2011.
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Fukushima, unlike Chernobyl, has not been looted yet

I photographed Japan during the rainy season. I wanted my pictures to evoke emotion like Japanese paintings do.
Enjoy the beautiful season of rain through my photographs!
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We were just having our regular date over cups of coffee when we suddenly had an idea of documenting our journey in a different way. She loves to doodle, he loves to take pictures. Voila! Doodledeux was created.

Doodle according to free dictionary means "to draw or sketch something aimlessly". Deux in French means "two" or it can also mean "about them". So doodledeux is our personal project where we share our story as a couple with a little help from our caricatures, let's just call them Abang and Neng.
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A Robot couple have taken photos parodying a popular Instagrammer who takes photographs of himself following his wife around the world.
Dan Tanenbaum decided to take the shots of his miniature robots made of watch parts when visiting various tourist destinations.
Unlike the original shots which show a woman holding her husband’s hand and leading him around, the robots are seen holding each others robotic hands.
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I went with my family on a self-drive tour in Romania to explore its untouched areas, unknown by many and to feel like a local and not like a tourist. We took advantage of the beautiful, sunny weather and started exploring the country. The main highlight of this trip was to hunt the natural side of Romania, just like God left it.
We started in Maramures, being fascinated by the simplicity of Romanian rural living from the traditional villages in Sapanta, Viseul de Sus and Barsana. Then we drove to Transylvania, exploring its rich culture and beautiful hills, we wandered on the streets of Bucharest, relaxed at the beach and went on a short bird watching trip in the Danube Delta.

The beautiful Transylvanian hills

We are an adventurous couple from Slovakia. I am Simon Trnka, an amateur photographer and with my girlfriend Mishel, we spent almost every winter weekend in the mountains, mostly in our sleeping bags right under the stars, sometimes in the tent. We are addicted to mountains and waking up with the sunrise is simply amazing.
I would love to show you some pictures of our winter dates in the mountains of Slovakia. Enjoy it and if you like what you see, be brave, try it by yourself.
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I’ve always been the person to tell people to chase their dreams, so I decided to take my own advice. My dream is to make a living as a professional photographer while travelling America and this is how I’m making it happen!
We sold our house, cars, most of our possessions and bought a 30ft Airstream that we could all live in comfortably. It wasn’t an easy decision and we were faced with a lot of doubts, but when we told other people what we were doing, their eyes lit up and I could see we were doing the right thing.
We’ve been permanently in the Airstream for a little over 3 months now and life has been an adventure!
Life on the road is not for everyone, but I wish someone would have told me when I was 21 years old, that you could buy an Airstream and live in it while seeing America! So, here I am now, telling you it’s possible. If I’m doing it with my wife and 4 year old son, you can definitely do it as a younger single person looking for adventure in your life!
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I’ve always been the person to tell people to chase their dreams, so I decided to take my own advice