Capture Your Lagos At Night
It can be quite repetitive having the same old drinks and talking about the same old things with friends every night. A sure way to shake up your routine this period is to visit places you probably go through every day and not notice their insane beauty, at night. And while you are there, by all means, take a picture.
Lekki-Ikoyi Link Bridge
This is the first cable-stayed bridge to be built in Lagos and it covers 1.358 kilometres. When seen at night, this bridge is simply breathtaking. Compared with the Eiffel tower in Paris, the light from the surrounding buildings coupled with the light from the bridge which reflects on the water creates a marvellous effect in photographs. So, take some friends and a camera and have the time of your life!
Ajose Adeogun Street (Zenith Bank Road)
This popular street in Lagos can easily pass as New York; it’s just a street in Lagos. With intricately designed lights on buildings and trees, this street is definitely a winner. It gives off the vibe of a cultural movement as you drive. Everything sparkles and everything is beautiful on this street.
Located at Ozumba Mbadiwe Avenue, this reasonably big building during the day morph into a beautiful beast at night. The Civic Centre building lights up and transforms, the edges become sharper, the iron top turns into a crown and lights drip down the walls. The beauty of this sight needs to be seen to be believed.
Whether it is at Eko Atlantic or the Third Mainland Bridge, water views are simply the best. The water reflects like a violin playing on a cool Sunday evening. They’re not just beautiful but therapeutic as well. Take a trip! Have something “for the gram”.