Photographer Skander Khlif traveled to the North African country of Tunisia this past summer and spent days traveling along the coast. Along the way, he turned his lens on the joy of kids there growing up next to the sea and playing in the water as a way of life.
The Munich-based photographer’s goal was to “document the breeze of freedom kids are having the chance to live thanks to living near the sea.”
“In fact, this is one of the rare joys they can afford,” Khlif says. “At this age, youth starts taking many risks, but not the one of crossing the Mediterranean.”
Khlif’s photos, captured with a Fujifilm X-Pro2 and Fuji XF 23mm f/2R WR lens, show his keen eye for lighting, composition, and details.