While Irish storm rages outside, I revisited photographs taken in Morocco in 2018. It was just a few days trip to Marrakech and I took only Canon Z135 with me, loaded with Kodak Color plus200 (black and white photos here ) . Not much, but what was on that film is something that made me want to go there one more time and do just photography. Moroccans don’t like to be photographed and I respect that. I didn’t want to intrude their daily life and for my future trip, I would take slr with at least one longer lens.
The usual market with all the veggies lying on the ground, just a thin layer of plastic spread beneath.
Houses are built with a courtyard in side. The whole life is behind walls and I was peaking over the roof terraces wondering what’s going inside.
At least one tree is always protruding among red houses.
Colours of dyed cotton everywhere in Souks.
Storks living and nesting there 🙂
For the end there are two photographs that were made by mistake and they are double exposed. Atlantic Ocean is shot over life in Marrakesh and in a sense created something expressive – a passing of time over life in general.