Saturday, March 16, 2013

Magic Windows, Marrakesh and Elsewhere

All photos taken Feb and March 2013

Windows, like doors, always hold a hint of mystery...

a moment of transition between inner and outer.
This window is in the Artisans' Ensemble in Marrakesh

as is this one. How Moroccans love colored glass as I did when we lived there.

Decorated window and door frames abound.

Here at Sherazade, the little old hotel we love in the medina right near Djemma ElFna, the windows have safety grilles. How many patterns can you see?

More windows at Sherazade --here facing the courtyard.

As above.

A nice austere window at the Bahia Palace.

Last two windows in hotels in Tiznet

and Essouira.


Jo P said...

Dear E -

Windows! Love it...

You have captured the essence.


Marja said...

oh isn't it just gorgeous all these colours and designs. Nearly next door to my work we've got an Morroccan restaurant which has nice lamps and other elements from the country and of course the delicious food. He also takes people on a cooking course in Marocco. So you went back there or are you still in Marocco. You must have had a great time

Anonymous said...

Lovely images!

MommyHeadache said...

Beautiful photos. Reminds me of a trip I took to Morocco as a teen.

somepinkflowers said...

{{ yep ...

just ME again ...

enjoying }}

. intemporal . said...



. i love this place . this blog . I love morocco . ever and forever .


. from lisbon . i follow you .


. best regards .



sonia a. mascaro said...

Beautiful windows, Elizabeth!
I agree with you, so many mistery on them...

Ruth said...