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Gaze Into the Lives of Tokyo's Subway Riders Through These Intimate Photos

Skander Khlif depicts the contrasting allure of the city.

Munich-based photographer Skander Khlif captures the city of Tokyo, focusing on random commuters on the subway as they pass through the station. His photo series captures the contrasting beauty of the transit system as he artfully isolates his subjects and portrays serenity and stillness amidst a speeding train. Framed within the windows of the bright yellow cars, a sense of sonder is exuded as strangers from various occupations are unsuspectingly portrayed while occupying their time reading, sleeping, browsing their phone and more. Scroll through the photos above and see more of Khlif’s work here.

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