Saturday, May 3, 2008

Sunday Details


Doorstep on douar Grouar - which is where you get to if you walk down derb djedid the opposite direction from derb Dabachi.



A hair salon with cool wall.



Textures, as usual............



Slippers. These are the simple kind I like. Lots of bobbles but not gold or silver or pointed toes.



So many roses here, and the traditional woven fruit basket.

11 comments:

High Desert Diva said...

Love the checkerboard steps. How fun.

I don't suppose you want to start taking orders on those slippers? They look like they're made of the softest leather and the colors are divine.

Sue said...

Such lovely photographs, as usual. I love the little star on the door with the chequered steps, and those gorgeous, strokable fuzzy peaches are making me drool! And the textured, peeling, battered door... joy!

Paz said...

I love all these wonderful details and I love the basket of fruits. Yum!

Paz

P said...

These are beautiful images - I love the way color is used with such abandon. And your portraits (from the previous post) are wonderful - enhanced by the fact that the subjects are part of your daily life.

Joanne Kennedy said...

Thank you for stopping over at my blog and for the prayers for my brother. I will be sure to tell him!

I love your blog. It's so interesting. I'm putting you down on my favorite list so I can read and learn more about life there.

Joanne

Lavinia Ladyslipper said...

Love the peaches....I haven't seen or eaten a peach in many months....please, have a peach for me, on my behalf, thank you!

Annie said...

Love all the color and texture. Thank you for all the lovely photos.

Oberon said...

.......fantastic.....fabulous.....wonderful.

willow said...

That first photo is ES-pecially nice!

Honour said...

Ah, Elizabeth, you can just expect to get a comment from me whenever you post a picture of slippers. I love the slippers. And the textured metal door ... very nice detail. thanks.

Ming the Merciless said...

The slippers are gorgeous.

Love the photo of the door knob. Yes, very textural.