Tizgzaouine This is Tizgzaouine, heading for Ouarzazate, at the end of the descent from the Atlas mountains.
Ait Ben Haddou Driving across central Morocco.
Boumalne Oasis and city in the Dades Valley, central Morocco.
Palm Tree Reserve Small settlement with its palm tree plantation.
Before Atlas Mountains Beautiful harsh nature, and earth nouances, on the road from Essaouira to Marrakech.
Dadès Driving down the streets of Dades Valley.
Over the Hill Resting on a hill in the Todra Valley, before getting to the Auberge Le Festival, a fantastic hotel carved into the mountain, which is that building merged with the rocks down where the road is...
Erg Chebbi That magic light before sunset in the Erg Chebbi desert, part of the Moroccan Sahara, on the boundary with Algeria.
Desert Trip On the crest of a dune of the Erg Chebbi.
Breakfast in the Desert My shadow on the base camp tent in the desert at dawn.
Desert Dawn Getting ready to get deeper and farther.
Chefchaouen 1 The all white and blue city in northern Morocco.
Chefchaouen 2 [...]
In the Blue City Bright sunlight in the dark alleys of Chefchaouen, the Blue City.
Port of Essaouira 1 Blue/Grey side.
Port of Essaouira 2 Red/Grey side.
Fresh Catch Young fishmonger with his fresh catch in the port of Essaouira.
Old Woman In the alleyways of Essaouira, Morocco.
In Tangier At sunset.
The Blue Door The blue is on the outside. This is the green side of the Blue Door in Fes.
The Minaret In the middle of nowhere.
Majestic Architecture Part of the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca.
Arab Pattern On a ceiling of the Hassan II Mosque outer structure.
Arab Night Jamaa el Fna, the big square in Marrakech.
Old Blind Man [...]
The Skin Tannery Hard work in a tannery in Fes.
An Eye Candy Madrasa Bou Inania in Fez. Architecture and ornamental motifs speak for themselves.
Kids Down the streets of Fes.
Librairie des Colonnes This is a historical bookshop in Tangier. Writers such as Jean Jenet, Samuel Becket, William Burroughs, to name a few, used to haunt in here. An absolute landmark in Tangier, both for culture and architecture.
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