City, Humanity, Nature, People, Photography, Travel

Inspired Morocco

This is the photograph collection of Jo’s solo trip to Morocco, Nov 18th – Dec 4th, 2016

Medina (Moroccan old city), Marrakech & Fez

I. Morning lanes. Sunshine & Market

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Lying in the sunshine

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Souq (market in the old city)
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Oranges and mint are the most common products on fruit/vegetable market
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Horse is one of the most common transportation in the old city
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Morning market
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Souq, Fez
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Man with his horse-drawn vehicle
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Meditation
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Tourists outside of Ben Youssef Madrasa
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Ben Youssef Madrasa, Marrakesh
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Koutoubia Mosque, Marrakech
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Clothing market
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Motorcycle is another popular vehicle in Moroccan old city
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Souq, Fez
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Medina, Fez
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Women, Chefchaoen
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Khobz (Moroccan bread) is the most common food on Moroccan table
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Street food
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Man selling fruits
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Morning fruits market
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Morning fruits market
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Lanes to riad (Moroccan traditional house)

 

 

 

II. People & Daily Life

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Man going into the Mosque
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Woman
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Moroccan woman selling henna at the market
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People sitting outside of the Koutoubia Mosque
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Woman
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Outside of Medersa Ben Youssef
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Woman
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Vegetable market
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Men coming out of the Mosque after daily praying
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Woman
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Souq
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Man
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Man riding a motor
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Woman
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Man
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Berber clothing store
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Women in the Riad (Moroccan Traditional Courtyard)
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Street band
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Man standing against the door
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Selling
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Berber barber shop, male only
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Man making bronzeware
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Man making bronzeware
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Moroccan and tourists
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Wood workshop
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Worker at the dyeing workshop
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Hand making woodwork
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Man at the souq
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Moroccan men

 

 

 

III. The Leather Tanneries of Fez

Chouara Tannery is the largest and oldest tannery in old city Fez. It exists since 11 century.

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IV. Wall & Door

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Door to Madrasa
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Toilette
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Spice shop
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Yellow wall
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Drying leathers again the wall
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Glassdoor of Hassan II Mosque

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Door to riad (traditional house). Every riad is numbered in old city.
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The wall

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Homeless

 

V. Kids

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Most people in Morocco are scared of being photographed. He jumped right into my camera.
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Kid riding a huge bike

 

 

VI. Cat, Sheep & Horse

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VII. View From Afar

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Medina (old city), Fez
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Leather Tannery, Fez Medina
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Ati Ben Haddou – one of the oldest Berber villages
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Berber village

Sahara Desert – Erg Chebbi, Merzouga

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Climbed to one of the highest sand dunes by myself to watch sunset in Sahara
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After a few minutes of camel-riding, I started running around in the desert on barefoot.
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My guide Ahmed and his camel. He’s 8.

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Music and dancing around camp fire. After chatting and laughing, I walked to the desert and lay on sand watching a sky full of stars – the most beautiful star sky I’ve ever seen.

 

 

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