Photos: Morocco and More than Meets the Eye.

If you’ve been following, you might have noticed that I was less than enthused with a lot of what Morocco had to offer. As I’ve unpacked elsewhere, it was a mix of a number of factors and it would be unfair to put the burden of my dissatisfaction on the country as a whole… Morocco is a fascinating place, bursting with colour and character – be it individual, architectural or otherwise.

Hopefully these photos help convey some of what my own personal experiences couldn’t.

Djellaba Woman, Chefchaouen.

Djellaba Woman, Chefchaouen.

Blue Wash, Chefchaouen.

Alleys, Chefchaouen.

Feline Trifecta, Chefchaouen.

Feline Trifecta, Chefchaouen.

More Blue, Chefchaouen.

More Blue, Chefchaouen.

Mothers' Conference: Water Hole, Chefchaouen.

Conference at the Water Hole, Chefchaouen.

Dusty Days, Bani Ahmed.

Dusty Days, Bani Ahmed.

Door to Nowhere, Fez.

Ruined Arch, Fez.

Souq Shadows, Fez.

Shadows in the Souq, Fez.

Mosaic Arches, Fez.

Gates to the medina, Fez.

Islamic Architecture, Fez.

Islamic Detailing, Fez.

More Mosaics, Fez.

Mosaic Mothers, Fez.

Palais Badia, Marrakech.

Palais Badia, Marrakech.

Abandoned Fort, Essaouira.

Abandoned Fort, Essaouira.

Coastline, Taghazout.

Coastline, Taghazout.

Shut up shops, Marrakech.

Walking the Apocalypse, Marrakech.

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