Moroccan Snapshots *3*

1 Apr

A few more snapshots of our recent trip to Morocco…

IMG_5372Colourful carpet on the side of the road.IMG_5174
Doesn’t get much more modern than this.IMG_5382As you can tell, he wasn’t amused.  These sheep (along with goats, chickens and a donkey) lived in the inner courtyard of a family home in the Atlas Mountains.


Beautiful light.  Beautiful sun spots.

IMG_5268Considering the fact these were the harem rooms for 80 concubines I wasn’t sure opening that cupboard was such a good idea.IMG_5222

Beautiful old Kasbah, blue skies and stork nests.
IMG_5325He was protecting the DYNAMITE that was buried under that dirt and stone mound in the background. And yes, we did have a picnic in a chicken coop next to it. (taken at a salt mine)

Moroccan Snapshots *1*
Moroccan Snapshots *2*


7 Responses to “Moroccan Snapshots *3*”

  1. juliedekeyzer April 1, 2014 at 13:06 #

    That picture of Coco … it’s the spitting image of you. I had to look twice to make sure it was her!
    Oh my, these pictures of yours make me want to travel even more!!!

  2. gina April 1, 2014 at 17:48 #

    Thank you for the chance to armchair travel. It remains a dream destination!

  3. giova brusa April 1, 2014 at 20:56 #

    Beautiful Jill.
    What a cool trip you had.
    I hope to hear more of it in a near future 😉

  4. Heather Carlson April 1, 2014 at 21:29 #

    So beautiful! I love the sheep with his tongue out 😉 Thanks for sharing your trip with us!

  5. geraldine@littlebigbell April 2, 2014 at 23:45 #

    Beautiful photos jillian! love that colourful carpet! xx

  6. Judith April 3, 2014 at 11:39 #

    Beautiful Jill! This is such a nice series of “snapshots”! I still wonder what’s in that cupboard 😉

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