Life in Derb Djedid.
Lots of photos of Marrakesh in Morocco.
Daily life, decor. Architecture
I love this Elizabeth...adore that shade of pink, and the soft grey is beautiful...
So pretty, reminds me of coconut ice! I could eat it!!
That is so so so beautiful. I want to knit those colors!
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Ohhh! That's what I said when I came to your page. How beautiful. Breath~taking. I love photos like this!
Hi, Elizabeth...that mellow pink is lovely. And I like that detailing above the door in the framework. Happy Day :o) ((HUGS))
Your phoytos are beautifull and very colorful, love the pink ones!!you should come to mexico, we are kind of colorfull...well after the flue and all that thing, saludos!!
Hi Elizabeth such a pretty door It brings such atmosphere. Hope you are doing fine.
I've never thought about an outside pink wall , but I may think about it
Hey, how much in average would cost old property in rural Morocco where you can build some self sufficient organic farm, nothing too fancy?
My daughter would kill for a wall like this!
Although I am partial to the color pink, the door paint and structure does compliment the wall color. It looks so quaint I am reminded of my own country's timeless scenery in Sagada.
the wall looks so cute =)nice blog=)~peace from saudi arabia
were you ever tempted to lick those walls? Or at least swipe your finger over them to make sure that isn't icing and cotton candy?
I love this photograph--the colors are so rich! Thanks so much for sharing your corner of the world with us :) Best wishes always.
wow, what colors!
I love pink!
I like the color it reminds me of the pink hummer limousine we just sold at http://limobus.net
that pink house is just breathtaking ! amazing blog ! keep up the good work :)
This is a fantastic door like one in the fairy tale. If I had a lot of bucks I would probably plan a trip to Morocco. I know something about Morocco like they have an amazing bazar that attracts a mammoth gathering of people.This bazar houses in an enormos empty space.Do they have a floating mosque? I have a feeling that they like tea like Persian. They drink tea without milk. Anyway Elizabeth if you are busy you don't have to reply me. Stay fine. Thanks.
Hi!Why don't you show the other side of Morocco; I mean "le monde des bidonvilles" (shantytown, slum)?: it is less "pink".
amazing photography in here! OMG! i feel like visiting this place
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