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Morocco: A Selection Of 50 Pictures

The Fortified Walls of Taroudant

Morocco took me by surprise, honestly! It had never been somehow on my radar in the past, and I didn’t really know what to expect – Though I must admit I was surely biased about a country I considered mass-tourism orientated.

True, you will not be the only tourist in Marrakech… By far not! But as soon as we left Marrakech, we could enjoy a beautiful country with most of the time surprisingly few other foreign visitors, even though we covered a very classic route: Marrakech – Essaouira – Taroudant – Agdz in the Draa Valley – Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakech.

I definitely had not sufficient time for Photography, but I guess traveling with a baby will take a heavy toll on Photography in the next years (or it will change the subject, as I have more pictures of my son than of Morocco ;-).

Nonetheless, I enjoyed an immensely scenic and photogenic country, a real photographer’s dream. I will surely be back to Morocco, because it is an amazing country, because it is incredibly easy to travel with children, and because it is so photogenic.

On a closing note, the route from Ait Ben Haddou to Telouet, now completely tared, is one of the most scenic drive I ever experienced, remembering me landscapes and colors I had seen in Northwestern Argentina & Southwest Bolivia only.


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