Monday, October 13, 2008

Derb Djedid

19 comments:

Greyscale Territory said...

For some reason, this pic reaches the soul! Perhaps it is the loneness of a white robed figure. Perhaps it is the shadowy tunnel. Perhaps it is the question that seems to filter through...Who is that man?

Just love it!

Elizabeth said...

Greyscale.
I think he was just a local man on his way to the mosque. The photo was taken just outside our front door.

Britt-Arnhild said...

I would like a peek into his mind.....

paulanm said...

This walkway looks so "touchable". I love that texture.

Also brings up thoughts of being "here" and getting "there" and what we have to go through to accomplish that goal. AND.....that it must be done alone.

Paz said...

Yes, there is something extra special about this photo.

Paz

Christine Mercer-Vernon said...

there is something so solitary about this photo, it would make a lovely painting. glad to see your back.

carolyn said...

Elizabeth this is such a wonderful photograph, it conjures a thousand stories.

inge said...

hello Elisabeth,

I think I just read about your blog in "somerset life" !

greetings from Belgium
Inge

Sandra Evertson said...

Beautiful photos!
Happy Halloween!
Sandra

Bonbon Oiseau said...

so many beautiful photos and posts to catch up on...this one especially is very touching...

LENORENEVERMORE said...

What an exotic place...& so much history. Enjoying all these visual delights... Hope to hear from you too dear... I love your adventures!

virtual voyage said...

Very nice shot. and glad to have caught up with you again.

Dave King said...

Lovely images. You have a painter's eye.

Pam said...

You have inspired me to do more drawing.

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

What an incredibly evocative image, Elizabeth. One wants to follow him, find out where he goes, also to know what lies at the end of the tunnel.
Brilliant shot.
Off to take a look at your pics on Flickr now :-)

Karen Cole said...

So many beautiful scenes you share. I never tire of the view.

Fete et Fleur said...

Thanks so much for your visit. Your blog is wonderful. I went back and looked through your other as well. What an adventure you've had. I love moroccan style.

It would be fun for us as readers if you now wrote about your new life in New York.

Nancy

A home far away said...

So many beautiful photos of everyday life, I myself has just started to enjoy taking photos when I travel on real people not just things or my lovely family, if you visit my blog I show photos from Vietnam today:-



//Gunilla i Singapore

A home far away said...

Hi again:-
Today I might show you something you like at my blogg, I´m not sure, but I think you´re gonna like it:-

Have a great day
//Gunilla in Singapore