Sunday, February 14, 2010

Fountain in Derb Djedid


Fountain in Derb Djedid, originally uploaded by schmidwix2.

This little fountain in the courtyard is always decorated with flowers.
The ivy climbs well and clings on to the tadelakt.
Above the fountain is a Berber tent peg that Ira gave us.

77 comments:

Willow said...

Lovely sunny colors to remind us of warmer climates!

Screenwriter Chic said...

Absolutely gorgeous. Love the blog.

cpeacock said...

Great photos.

Ola said...

Fantastic colors! Why Europe isn't so colorful?:)

Suburbia said...

More beautiful flowers, thanks you :)

Sonia said...

Beautiful! I love the jewel tones.

Being Me said...

Stopping by for a first visit, interesting pictures..


BM

UAReport said...

Vivid sunny colours. Seeing this what the summer never end!

The Shitty Astrologer said...

Colorful and pretty...

Elisa Day said...

Lovely! I love the colours

Mih said...

I like colors, nice work.

Tim @ Myfotoguy said...

Really nice image. I Found this blog featured under "blogs of note" on my dashboard. Wonderful images and they tell such stories. Enjoyed my time here, bookmarekd it to see more of it later.

Anonymous said...

I love it

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Rebella said...

Great colors, a lovely picture.
Very Nice.
Hear more from you.


Best wishes
Rebella

Marko said...

Nice blog! Some photos are quite similar to those I have taken on my trip to Morocco.
If you are interested, you are welcome to check out my impressions of this beautiful country at:
Travel Photo Blogging.

Lynne said...

gorgeous...makes me long for the sun!

ms Givens said...

Beautiful saturated colors.

Mary Simmons said...

This is beautiful and wonderful, it reminds me of the tour I took as I did research for my book "The Old Woman And The River". It is available online, so google it.or you may findit at www.authorhouse.com


I hope this blog remains for many years, I am going to share it with all my friends.

It is on any other websites?

The Design Notebook said...

Wow, great photo, brilliant colours!

Gina said...

such beautiful pictures! I travel as much as I can and would love to go to Morocco one day!

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Jill said...

Elizabeth, I read your book some 10 years ago as a high school freshman and have wanted to go to Morocco ever since. Haven't made it there yet, but when I saw this blog featured on Blogger, it jogged my memory. I'm so pleased to be able to visit Marrakesh vicariously! Thanks.

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Anonymous said...

Very nice blog. Beautiful pictures.

EXODUS said...

How I like MARRAKESH, its flowers
its faountains, its clean area and beautiful lanscape.
Really wonderful photo.

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bARE-eYED sUN said...

beutiful color-combo & idea.

thank you for sharing this (apropos) flower arrangement on lover's day.

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.ero

Belajar Bisnis Online said...

beautifull...i can't say more word..cheer!!

A Thousand Clapping Hands said...

The name of this site has been staring at me from Blogs of Note for nearly a week. Imagine my surprise when I clicked on and it was you, Elizabeth! I didn't know. Will return for a look at your colorful past.

Catherine

Chloe Mendez said...

Cool pictures, they look awesome. I have a lot of pictures on my blog (glsweetness.blogspot.com), so if you want to check them out, feel free. I especially love my profile picture, which is wonderfully random!

ERSHAD said...

This blog is huge. You must have worked hard. Compared to your one my www.focusbangladeshtravel.blogspot.com is nothing. I think Morocco is like Turkey. I didn't visit any of those country but I just have a feeling.Take care. Thank you

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so interesting,,,,

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A Good Moroccan said...

Beautiful picture.

nomadcraftsetc said...

Gorgeous! I love it!

DILLY said...

Lovely!

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Colorful and nice saturated colors. astaga

xocrazigrlox said...

b-e-a-utiful!!!

Romantico said...

come to Tunisia and you'll enjoy the best moments of your life, especially in Tabarka and Tozeur.
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Disco said...

Its beautiful

Anonymous said...

Interesting site

David L Macaulay said...

Love the pics on this blog, particularly the pink door. I've been to Tunisia a few times but never Morocco.

Mademoiselle said...

great blog,beautiful pictures:)

ghaffarzadeh said...

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p3chandan said...

Such vibrant colours..love them all!

Hector said...

Great photos.Colorful and pretty...

marialascas said...

I'm portuguese and love this blog, because I love Marraqueche

Jagruti said...

great pics and lovely blog!!!

cheers and do visit me if you can

Gray Gabriel said...

Thank you for sharing beauty with me.

Have a great day,
Gray

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Anonymous said...

is there a way to get such big headline attention , any thing one needs to do? as a blogger , old or new?


get pictures , be from maraksh or a tip you will give on the front page?

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Melly said...

Cool! Interesting!

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Farman06 said...

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Anonymous said...

I love it!

Anonymous said...

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Feriz_Botax said...

It's very gorgeous... I really like this blog...!!!

our family said...

Lovely colour

ERSHAD said...

I think Morocco is like Turky. I would love visit Morocco. I heard they have a huge empty space that houses an enormous bazar with a lot of shops in it. It has a floating mosque or a mosque that looks like a floating mosque. I think they like tea or chai there as Iranian or Persian or Bangladeshi drink. It looks like it is a very calm and colorful with friendly people.This huge blog house of marrakesh made my interest stronger to visit this colorful country.

Thank you for your blog.

mr. budget said...

Great pics..
Your blog is very nice, It really describes marocco culture. Greetings from Indonesia

John Deru said...

Great photos my friend. Greetings from me..

Dawn said...

Wonderful pictures - beautiful colours which really brighten up your day when looking out of the window at the gloomy London skyline!

ghielz said...

hello there ..... was here, visit me back

VenusInVirgo said...

beautiful blog and photos! I have always wanted to visit.

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Anonymous said...

Have you been on Howard Stern with the horse yet?

MusicTech said...

You take some great photos. well done. :)

Natasa Shepherd said...

Amazing!

facelessexpression said...

Awesome colors. Such a rich culture.

Community Developer said...

wow...amazing..keep blogging.

latimeri said...

Excellent site, I have to see more over it, been found it just a minute ago.
Moaroco. yes Maroco, there I have to go from this cold and dismal north

Pete said...

Stunning photos and interesting blog. Lots of information that is useful and interesting to everyone
cheers

cheryl said...

the colors of your pictures are beautifully vivid!!! :D