Life in Derb Djedid.
Lots of photos of Marrakesh in Morocco.
Daily life, decor. Architecture
totally gorgeous. Hard not to be a painter in that landscape and with the colors that surround you.
You have the best pictures.How warm is the lake?
Dear Barriethe last time I swam in it - last May - it was 'brisk'. ie rather chilly but do-able. I saw people swimming here at the end of January ....I was not tempted but very soon...
Amazing, beautiful photos.
I'm particularly drawn to the last photo. Those bushes in the foreground compliment the blue of everything else so well.
it does look dry and hard, i wonder what is the weather there, is it as hot and humit as in Malaysia?
I have found your beautiful blog quite by good fortune via Willow Manor...your pictures are beautiful..you live in a place filled with all sorts of wonderful interesting people and beauty...Dee Dee
Those look wonderful Elizabeth. Very tempting/ inviting. I'm glad that you posted these.
I will never forget the unbelievable blue of the sky in Morocco. I was in the port of Tangier and we took a "town and country" tour; our bus driver's name was Ahmed, he was friendly and had a way with words. We drove all over Tangier and the surrounding countryside; we saw what was at the time Malcolm Forbe's house....and dromedaries...but the blue of the sky really struck me, it was like enamel, such a saturated blue that I have never seen anywhere else, before or since.There is a Moroccan restaurant in my town, called "The Sultan's Tent" and when I go there, I imagine I am back in Morocco, sipping mint tea and admiring the gorgeous glazed Moroccan tile and the beautiful Moroccan lanterns. You are truly blessed to have the opportunity to spend time in that enchanted corner of the world.
The panaromic views of the lake are quite amazing.
Beautiful blue sky. Ours here in the UK today is a wishy-washy grey, not very nice at all. We mustn't forget grey is a colour, if not a very pleasing one in my eyes. x
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