The Bazaar of Marrakech seems endless, full of atmosphere and with an atmosphere filled of sunglight and dust filtering down through the trellis roofing. Merchants, natives, vendors and tourists mingle in a friendly mix. Sometimes vendors tend to be a bit too pushy, but I guess that's how they make their living.
This is absolutely great shot and very interesting too. I think it has worked out well and I hope that you are pleased with it too. Nice work. VOTED. Tedy.
I invite you to vote my march contest picture VILLAGE CHURCH if you think it deserves.
Thanks for positive comments. I should like to add that in the zouk, like here, you really feel Ok. But trying to get to the tanneries was creepy; with groups of 3-5young men following you at 20 m distance. And relaying each other from one street corner to the next. Thugs like these are bad for tourism.
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Photo taken in Rahba Kedima, Marrakesh, Morocco
Misplaced? Suggest new location