Photo taken in Morocco, in a small city called ” IFRANE” It’s a berber city in the Middle Atlas. Photo source: Alami. Check out her beautiful blog, Photography of Morocco here.
Photo of Rabat’s famous Kashbah in the heart of the city. I love blue. Blue is my absolute favorite color. The color of the sky on a brilliant September fall day. The color of my husband’s eyes. The color of water. The color of tranquility. For that reason, I took this photo in Rabat of the gorgeous blue hues of the kashbah. What a spectacular place!
Ailsa over at Where’s my backpack has a new travel theme for the week: Secret Places. I found this place driving from Rabat to Casablanca and instantly told the driver to pull over. I had to get a picture of it! You see, I had just read Tahir Shah’s book “The Caliph’s House” which is set in Casablanca and a drawing of this place appears inside the book. I thought for sure it was the real live Caliph’s House and […]
Greetings from Rabat….wish you were here! Photo taken from my hotel terrace in Rabat, Morocco April 2011. For some reason, I’m thinking about this very moment right now. I had just finished breakfast on the rooftop terrace and was ready to start my first day in Morocco. What an amazing place!
For this week’s photo challenge, the topic is Hands. I couldn’t think of anything more fitting then this photo of my recently hennaed hand. I spent a week volunteering in Rabat, Morocco and on the last day I sat and had my arm and leg painted in beautiful rusty red henna. It was such a lovely work of art that I could hardly stop admiring it. It also was special as it was a constant reminder of my time in […]
Greetings from Casablanca…wish you were here! Photo above of the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, the third largest mosque in the world. Taken in April 2011. During a volunteer trip to Morocco, I hired a guide for the day and took a tour of Casablanca. We spent the morning at the Hassan II Mosque and lucked out to be the only people inside it. It was enormous and quite spectacular. It was my first time inside a mosque and shed […]