Somewhere deep in the Ural Forests:
Fishing and delivery in Oman:
Too cool for Horse riding.
Just a man on his phone at work.
A striking similarity to Russia:
Fire wood delivery in style:
Pushing it in Cairo:
Over the lagoon, Lagos Nigeria
We all are the same, fancy or not, we keep moving.
Bolaji Alonge is an artist, international photographer, actor and journalist from Lagos, Nigeria. His visual language speaks of the wonders of nature and human exchange, urban culture and searches for historical continuity in a world that is sometimes heavily fractured. He is also a globetrotter who has travelled around the world during the last decade documenting exotic culture and history. In May 2017, Bolaji organized his “Eyes of a Lagos Boy” photo exhibition at the prestigious Freedom Park in Lagos.
His second solo exhibition “Urban Culture – Historical Continuity” was held at One Draw Gallery, Ikoyi, Lagos in November 2018, establishing Bolaji’s brand of photography to a new audience, receiving great reviews from artists and art lovers worldwide
In February 2019, Bolaji showcased his work at Baza Studio in New York, The event was attended by the Nigerian Consul in New York, UN officials, art curators, musicians, artists, press and art aficionados.
All Photos by Bolaji Alonge for Awefirm.org
Thank you so much, Hilde… 🙂
Lol…. the Lekki Nigerian one is funny. Good job and thanks for taking us around the world.
Indeed Omolola… Those Mile 12 Market cars have always been something else.. Glad you enjoy the post…
Great blog. Awesome photos!
We are a planet in motion. That’s how we roll! ( with our varied sets of wheels) 😄
Glad you enjoy the post, Deanna. Interesting how we roll in life.. Cool Running, My friend… 🙂
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Humanity keeps getting faster, higher and stronger in its mobility from one place to another.
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