Today under the Urban Category i’m featuring a shot I took with my phone recently in Obalende, Lagos. It is a very busy and ever bubbling transport hub in Lagos, home to a variety of things, its the quintessential melting pot. From here you can get a bus ( small, medium or large) going to anywhere and lets not forget the other modes of transport in Lagos.
The every slinky KeKe (Tricycle) and sometimes bikes.
The parallel line of light inspired me to take a shot through the bus window as we passed underneath on my way home.
Dawn is always beautiful, no matter the state you are in. Looking at the sky as the light peels the darkness away will always move your soul no matter how hardened the night has made it.
Rising early is always a challenge but the rewards are as sweet. I had no choose in this tho, camp rules every one is up by 4am. Groggy and pissed i took this shots but they were worth sneaking my camera into camp.
My very post on this new series and I’m very excited 😀 . Today my shots on display were taken along The Lekki-Epe axis. From the homeless man sleeping at the road junction, the wayside fruit seller, to the perky inscription on the rear of a petrol tanker.
Streets of Lagos posts will be on every Thursday. To see more shots of Lagos join me on instagram where I’ll be uploading a lot more and as I take them real time. My instagram name is RubysPolaroid.