Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Memory

The pictures came out in the wrong order.
This is the problem with memories  -- we can't keep them in order.


Here is the tomb of the holy man at Moulay Bouzerktoun.

Another picture of the same.

Here is the 'big square' at night.

And a fountain in the Bahia Palace with colors reflected on it from lofty windows.


And here is derb Djedid, an alley leading deep into the heart of the medina.

19 comments:

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

Gosh, you make me miss Marrakesh, and I've never even been there........

Greyscale Territory said...

Marrakesh has such an exotic, colourful "other world" personality. Love these memory photos! The order matters little. Just as long as they are there.

Jennifer said...

That's a wonderful thought about memories...

Suburbia said...

I love the way you've captured the light in the ally way:)

Should I be wishing you Happy Thanksgiving too?!

M.Kate said...

Gosh..beautiful images, are you going back to Marrakesh anytime soon..I ditto what Diana said, I miss the place and i've never been there...

Willow said...

I love seeing your photos here again!

PS: Happy Thanksgiving!

Marja said...

Great pictures with such atmosphere
It is a great place he

Karen Cole said...

As beautiful as ever over here, Elizabeth.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

xxoo

Mélanie said...

I love your pictures of Morrocco ! the last one is so meaningful for me

Here, There, Elsewhere... and more said...

Beautiful photos and thought on memeories..:)

Tracy said...

I think the mix up worked well, Elizabeth...there's something very mysterious and dreamy about that last photo at the end there...these images are hauntingly beautiful...Thank you for sharing them. ((HUGS))

Merisi said...

Ah, were would we be without memories,
in whatever order?

A Cuban In London said...

'That's the problem with memories, you can't keep them in order'.

Lovely quote for beautiful random photos.

Greetings from London.

Lynne said...

fabulous shots

Barbara Martin said...

Marrakesh has a beautiful exotic and foreign look to it, and I have just arrived coming through a metaphysical corridor from another world.

david mcmahon said...

Thanks for the visit and the comment. You have a beautiful eye for angles of your lens ....

Christina Silverio said...

Oh my goodness, what wonderfully emotional pictures...I especially love the alley; what a magical place this seems!

Fine Life Folk said...

The alley shot looks so haunting yet hopeful. It sparks lots of emotions. Great image.

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