Wednesday, January 26, 2011

PATTERNS OF MOROCCO - PART 2

I started this series last year and so here is a somewhat overdue second installment. I always over use the term sensory bombardment when I talk about Africa, maybe it is just a personal feeling but seriously I just didn't know what to photograph first when walking around Fez. No further commentary needed, just enjoy these exquisite patterns.



















Photo Credits - CJT

3 comments:

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Oh my goodness! You have such a great photographer's eye to capture such unique and beautiful patterns and colors all around you.

I love them all!

~Lisa

Arija said...

I love both Moorish architecture and embellishments.
I don't know what it is about them but I have always had an affinity to that sort of design.
When I first saw the Alhambra in Granada, I was more hooked than ever.

What I am seeing on my TV with your weather in Chicago at the moment is disquieting. It is one thing to have a blizzard, and I have been through a few, but life threatening when people get stuck on roads and run out of petrol so there iw no way to offset the extreme cold.

I do hope you are safe and can get to worrk to keep those animals happy.

Kathiesbirds said...

Such intricate work! Such stunning beauty.