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Streets – Nigeria

I’ve been longing to put up a post like this for sometime now so I’m really happy to be able to complete it. Due to weddings and studio work I’ve rarely had time for street photography but to be honest I really miss it. I hope to be digging up the archives to blog these more. Here are some shots taken on my last 2 trips to Nigeria(Ekiti & Lagos State).




Ayo - Hey Dotun,
How are u? your works are really amazing, so lovely and cool. I found myself to have a great passion for photography too, i wouldn’t mind getting your contact so we can rob minds together. Looking forward to your reply soonest. Thanks

Kunmi - Its amazing how so much poverty and affluence can exist side-by-side. But I love the pictures :)

Kemi O. - I really like this post…I kept looking forward to scrolling down to the next picture.

Oluyemmie - These pictures are beautiful. Brings a smile to my face this morning.

sonya at zenobia stu - These are absolutely stunning. Beautiful images. <3

ZFaces - Great work. My favorites are rock pics, the bananas, and “One God” bike. Well done as usual.

jide odukoya - @Tunji Sarumi…We see that everyday here and its now a culture and as you can see we have nandos too!…lol @Dotun this is great…I love the rock pictures.

Wale - You make naija look so different. Nice shots

Mobola Kadiri Kingst - Awww,nice shots….make me home sick. There is nowhere like home! Now how bout that nice house -):

Tunji Sarumi - Nigeria is naturally beautiful….I like the photo with bananas.

Woomie - I miss home. Nice captures!

DrAW! - Aaarrrgghh! Now I miss home even more!

GTB has always made a statement with their buildings.

Do we now have traffic cams?

Well done Dotun. That was quite a journey :)

Seun Al - So real…

Isowa - Really lovely pics Dotun. Keep it up! Can’t wait to see more.

Affi - Dotun – Great post! Really love these. Try to squeeze in some more personal work in whenever you can. It’s so refreshing to explore new topics. Looking forward to seeing some more. And let me know when next you’re in Lagos!

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