METROPOLIS: With more than half the world’s population concentrated in urban areas, megacities are a swirl of 21st-century energy and humanity - photography & text by Martin Roemers - National Geographic March 2017
“Seen from a rooftop, the urban bustle of Lagos, Nigeria, is a blurry mosaic of colors. Africa is a rapidly urbanizing continent. By 2030 its three current megacities - Lagos, Cairo, and Kinshasa - will likely be joined by Dar es Salaam, Johannesburg, and Luanda.”
Wallace Polsom, November Shade (11 November 2016), instant photo taken with a vintage Polaroid 430 Automatic Land Camera and Fuji FP-100C peel-apart film. Photo was taken with the 430’s lighten/darken control set right in the middle.