Memories of Morocco. In the heart of the city - djemma el fna Work place. 50 durham a picture. You can find it all in the square - dancing snakes.. ..to a snail snack to go. Efficiency at its best. Engineer. Builder. Boss. Pipping hot tea, right off the coal. Mid day rainfall - you don't want to be caught without an umbrella here Leather dying in the tanneries. Trouble brewing in the nooks and crannies Just don't get lost in these alleys.. you never know what's hiding in these quiet corners. Advertisements Share this:TwitterEmailFacebookPinterestLinkedInPrintTumblrGoogleLike this:Like Loading... 79 thoughts on “Memories of Morocco.” Add yours wonderful! I really want to visit there soon Reply Wow sonal, these pictures are amazing. just amazing..I’ve saved some on my comp for potential wallpaper material! way to go! – Reply Thanks man! Woohoo wall paper material, that made my day! Reply Beautiful pictures Sonal!! Very graphic… I love them… each one looks like a painting. Did you take a photography class or something? Reply Thanks Jaz – I totally appreciate the positive feedback! No classes yet – but I am planning to take some as soon as I can to learn more. I think you need to put those amazing paint skills you have and turn one of these into a painting!! Reply Simply stunning photos. Congrats on being Freshly Pressed. Reply Gorgeous photos! They make me want to take a trip there someday…except for the one with the dancing snakes. That kinda freaks me out. 😉 Reply Beautiful pix … love the leather dying shot — wow! 🙂 Reply Artistic photos. http://calogeromiratraveland.wordpress.com http://www.twitter.com/CalogeroMiraEng http://www.friendfeed.com/CalogeroMira http://www.facebook.com/CalogeroMira Reply Nice shots. 🙂 Reply I’ve been to Morocco several times to teach and study…. wonderful country, wonderful people…. great pictures! Reply Fabulous pics! I was recently in Morocco in April on a volunteer trip and loved it. Such a beautiful country! I also did the Inca trail in 2001…want to add that to my blog soon. It was fabulous! Reply have not change that mutch since i was there in 1985 Reply Wow! These are amazing. Really bring me back. Reply I loved the leather dying picture. Reply I could do without the dancing snakes. Nicely done blog. Reply Nice pictures! I like the tonality and color of your photographs Thanks for sharing Reply Pingback: Memories of Morocco. (via sovia) « Pingback: Memories of Morocco. (via sovia) | Ado Feck Pingback: Memories of Morocco. (via sovia) « It's impossible to be unhappy on a skateboard. Let’s hope a visit may be coming me way! Looks wonderful! Reply This is just magical! Its the beginning of a photo odyssey through Morocco. Intriguing! Reply These shots are super cool! I’ve never seen leather being dyed before. That’s so neat. I envy you. I’ve wanted to go to Morrocco since I was 14 and saw the Hitchcock film, “The Man Who Knew Too Much”. But I think I would have freaked out seeing the snake charming. Hooded cobras give me the heebie-jeebies. Reply tHE bLACK AND WHITE PICTURES HAVE SUCH WONDERFUL POWER IN THEM. My favorite is the first picture with that beautiful blue sky amidst the lights below. Amost like unto a look into heaven. Congrads on making FP. Reply very cool pictures! that culture fascinates me. Reply These pictures are gorgeous and show the simple lives of people. Simply Beautiful, Sonal (guessing that’s your name) !! Reply Great photos! Reply I really want visit there,. But don’t have monay..heee So, I make website http://www.beritabaris.com Reply How did you capture the heart of the city with such vivid colors? The sky is such a rich blue. I really love your album you have some serious photography skills. Reply nicely done! 😀 Thanks for this awesome post! Reply I really like the leather picture. Reply Thanks for sharing the photos 🙂 Reply These are fascinating pictures…. Reply Morocco is beautiful and the photos showed it all. congrats. Reply nice pics~！seems like a place worth visiting~ Reply Great shots, I love Morocco, I try and get there once a year.. Congrats on being Freshly Pressed too! Reply the pictures are very attractive. Thanks for posting! I suddenly wish I was there to witness such culture. The city of Ibn batutta Reply پیش بینی هایی از حوادث سال های آینده ایران و جهان تا سال ظهور http://salehat.ir/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=103&catid=52 Reply i love the mid day rainfall shot….its just too awesome!!!the narrow lane, the lamp hanging on top….and just the perfect amount of exposure….loved it Reply wow!! so beautiful! i can’t help want to visit there! Reply I love the selection of photos, stunning, makes me want to pack my bags and head out there! A girl can dream…. Reply Marrakech is such a wondeful place, the Medina especially takes you back to another time, I think you have captured it perfectly. The City is full of contradictions and contrasts, your pictures begin to show the variety of life in the Medina of Marrakech. Thank You Reply Nice photos! Hope you enjoyed the trip as well! 🙂 Reply Wonderful pictures and mood. It also brings back great memories for me. Thank you. The last picture is a dream. Reply excellent!!! Reply Beautiful pictures! I love Morocco…been there twice to visit a friend. Congrats on being Freshly Pressed! Reply great photos! Reply Great job Sonal! We look forward to seeing more of our pictures 🙂 Reply *your Reply These are beautiful pictures! I love how the colors just jump out at you. Thanks for sharing! 🙂 Reply Pingback: Marrakesh « Catching all the lights: i love the photo of the tea!! Reply Amazing country, all their architecture, and the people. love your pictures! Reply A huge like ! Reply Excellent photos! Reply Beautiful pictures and fascinating country! Reply These pictures have life….. if you add some more words it will live in the minds of readers. Reply The photos are magazine quality! If you’ve never been to Morocco, make it a destination! Reply i love your composition especially in 50 durham a picture, Trouble brewing in the nooks and crannies. Great movement in just Don’t Get Lost in These Alleys. Nice work. Reply beautiful views and interesting epizods. i like your sense of moments to take a shot. great job! Reply I must say that your blog contents-not to mention the pictures, uh my gosh!,they are awesome. Your blog outlook too is auspicious! Keep it up. Reply Thankyou, that brought back some incredible memories for me too. Beautiful photos. 🙂 Reply You have amazing photo’s. I really admire your stile and skillz 😀 Reply Love your photos. Going to Marakech in august for teh first time. Cant wait! Reply Great post! I have visited Morocco before and I loved it! I blogged about it also at victoriachante.com , love your pictures too! Reply Love the real pictures. You have captured the spirit! Reply beautiful pics! Reply just one word.. awsome.. 🙂 hey do check this, hope u will like it http://hassaanrabbani.wordpress.com/2011/06/29/worlds-9th-highest-peak-the-nanga-parbat/ Reply wow amazing photos! Reply Morocco was one of those places that really surprised me (in a good way, of course). The place was so rich with culture, and it is something I don’t get to see that often in other places that I’ve visited. Morocco is very interesting! My trip there really gave me a great experience and showed me a different side of the world. However, I pity the kids who worked at the leather dying factory. The smell is really unbearable, and the chemicals are very poisonous. I don’t think they should be exposed to these things without any protective clothing or equipment. Nice photos by the way! 🙂 Reply nice post… Reply Love your photos. These pictures are gorgeous and Morocco is a fascinating country! If you can drop in to my blog on:http://quitsmokingin60minutes.wordpress.com Reply Pingback: Moroccan Courtyard By Sonal Batavia « THE AKUVI PROJECT I am absolutely speechless at the incredible amount of feedback from the word press community. Overwhelmed is an understatement – and all of your kind words have motivated me to continue to grow this part of my life. Thanks for all the support fellow bloggers – you are all awesome!! xx Reply Very good foto! Such a kind of masterpiece! Reply Fabulous pictures of a mystique and authentic country! Reply I’m travel-inspired by these awesome photos! Reply nice pictures!! http://rodposse.com/ Reply the ‘flaming’ tea, wow!! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. 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