Shot in Marrakesh, Morocco. 'Bab Agnaou' is the name of the gate in this photo. It was used as the gate to the palace for sultans. Now everybody can walk through without any permissions.
Jellaba is a traditional long, loose-fitting outer robe with full sleeves worn in the Magh…(more)
The girl was painted the design on her hand. It is called 'Henna'. Some women sitting in t…(more)
Though Morocco was a part of Africa, it was cold in December. The boy was bundled up in a…(more)
Donkeys were forced to work hard anywhere in the world. This donkey worked also hard and s…(more)
Fez was established by 808. Its name is believed to come from the Arabic word for axe. One…(more)
A man wearing a jellaba was sitting in the narrow lane. The street in the old quarter were…(more)
The maze-like old city was regarded as a UNESCO World heritage site though, it was still t…(more)
There was a newsstand on the sidewalk. And many newspapers and magazines were sold. The ma…(more)
A gallery near El-Hdim Square had a high ceiling and pictures were hung on the wall. There…(more)
Shot in Medina of Meknes, Morocco. The man worked at a souvenir shop.
These children were playing in a playing ground. After they found my SLR camera, they gath…(more)
The tea field was on the hilly terrain. And a man was working on a slope. Around him there…(more)