Photographer Skander Khlif moved to Germany earlier this year, to Munich specifically, and in order to get to know his new surroundings a little better he took a free Sunday and hit the streets. The resulting series, which he titled The Silence of Munich offers an in interesting perspective on the German metropolis and its residents.
For his trip, Khlif went to the center of town, a place full of museums and other beautiful buildings of art and architecture. Khlif noted on his description of the series, “The first Sunday I had to present myself to my new city and at the same time get to know ‘Her’ better! The heart of every city is the museum area and so there I went!”
The composition of this entire series does a great job of highlighting both the city and the subjects, and Khlif’s incredible talent as a street photographer. You can find a selection of the images below, or if you’d like, head on over to Khlif’s Behance profile to check out the full series.