30 August 2017
Australia is the largest populated island in the world. The relationship of Australians to the ocean is therefore peculiar, it is part of their culture.
Surfing, beach volleyball, sailing, diving, walking etc. Many Australians live fully what the sea offers them.
How do they evoke their relationship with this element in everyday life? What does it bring them? How do they see the dangers that threaten their balance?
© Vincent Hilaire / Tara Expeditions Foundation
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