It’s only been, like, weeks since I went to Morocco–and what can I say, it’s taken that long to get enough perspective to really edit my photos. I hated them all when I got back; let’s just say it’s a LOT harder than I’d expected to get the shots that really captured what I wanted to about the place. So hard in fact that in most cases, I couldn’t. It’s taken a few weeks to move on from this and appreciate what I *did* get. Here are a few–or take a look at the whole album.
One of the iconic features of Marrakech, it seemed to us, was the fleet of bedraggled donkeys. This one looked pretty healthy…much moreso than the ones at the tannery, the memory of which I sort of wish I could erase.
Back in Marrakech for our last night, wanted to do some panning shots. Turns out the place was lit with LEDs, so when my panning was off, I got several exposures in one frame. Can’t help but like that! And in a way, it’s fitting. Marrakech is many versions of itself.