Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Friendship



The first photograph is mine, taken near the bus stop on Blvd. Mohammed V in Marrakech.


This second one is a beautiful photo by my friend UmmLuz (mother of Luz/light) who has just visited Essouira and who has promised me many more pictures.......stay tuned.
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30 comments:

Hey Harriet said...

Oh how wonderful that your friend will be sending more photos. Looking forward to seeing them :)

willow said...

I love these friendly shots.

Your peach cake sounds delicious! Please post you recipe! :)

Britt-Arnhild said...

Strong signs of friendship. Thanks alot.

Rosebud Collection said...

I enjoy your pictures..I forgot about this blog..just wonderful..

somepinkflowers said...

please let me know
when you are taking
a tour group
back to marrekesh.

:-)

i would go in a heart~beat
and
you would be the best guide,
i know...

M.Kate said...

Is Umm short of Ummi? That's what they call mother in arabic here. Lovely pictures...and so good of your friend to send you all those pictures :D

A Brush with Color said...

I love these photos! Thank you for your sweet comments on my blog. I do appreciate it. This is like traveling vicariously looking at your wonderful photos! Thanks for taking me along. The dappled light in that first shot is wonderful!

Muriel (Wipneus) said...

Beautiful friend photo's!

Paula said...

I love those hats in the first picture. Wonderful colors as well.

Peach cake? Ewwwwww, that sounds sooooo good. Are you going to tell us how to make it?????

Paz said...

Very nice! Friendship is the best!

Paz

Prêt à Voyager said...

Charming!

Anne

Sara said...

I never before noticed the interesting array of head coverings in Morroco...for some reason these two photos caused me to focus on that.

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Sweet.

Stephanie said...

Wonderful images Elizabeth, I didn't realize you are maintaining your Marakkesh site as well!!

AND, I'm with spf's...I'm going to

gryb said...

Lovely images...I need a photography holiday in Morocco! :)

PG said...

Oh, that second picture - so touching...

Maggie May said...

I have stumbled on your blog and just wanted to say, I love your pictures. Yes, I love anything different.

Elisa Day said...

Wonderful pictures

Just a Plane Ride Away said...

Gorgeous photos, stunning colors!

Thanks for stopping by my blog to say hello :-)

Anil P said...

The first picture has an old-world charm. Must one retire to experience such leisure? :)

Kristen said...

wonderful shots...I have to be honest I often wonder what some of the older men talk about as they gather for coffee or tea-- conversations revolve around..politics, their children, weather...prob. just like any of us.

Suburbia said...

How calm those pictures make one feel.
Do you still long to be there?

Greyscale Territory said...

These pics are a great symbol of a close and lasting frienship. The beauty of the moment is quite intense in both pics!

Willow said...

What a delightful photo that second one is! The friendship and good will 'fill' the photograph!

Raúl y Pablo said...

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Tracy said...

Lovely tokens/tributes to friendship! More photos?! Can't wait! Happy Day, my friend ((HUGS))

Mélanie said...

Lovely shots ...
We should do a blooging friendship day , when everyone will post a photo about friendship

g said...

That is an amazing photo - the two friends clasping hands.

Cynthia said...

The two men shaking hands look
so cute, like to little kids
saying goodbye, as they head home.

Priscilinha [♥] said...

Amei as fotos,as descrições... Muito bonito!!! Parabéns!!!