Posted by Conor Cullen
Posted on July 20, 2013, in Nature, Photography, Tourism, Travel and tagged Atlas Mountains, Essaouira, Fez, Marrakech, Morocco, Sahara, Ziz Gorge. Bookmark the permalink. 48 Comments.
Conor, these are wonderful. You are a good photographer! Great captures. I suspect you had a very memorable trip. Thanks for sharing some of it with us.
Thanks Eric, really glad you like them.
Lovely collection Conor!
Absolutely outstanding images! Puts me right there! Well done!
Cheers Phil, glad you got a feel for the place!
what a great collection – very different look at Morocco – every photo a favourite!
Thanks a million, glad you enjoyed them!
Nice set. Love the colours.
Thanks very much.
So many great images in one collection. Envious.
Thanks Andrew! It is a beautiful place.
Wonderful collection, Conor.
Thanks very much, Richard.
Fabulous set of images Conor! Well done! Robyn
The lovely lady in the striped dress and hat should thank you for taking such a great photograph of her. I hope she enlarges it, frames it and hangs it on her wall for others to admire: of course, after you sign it and remember always date it)
Hi Mary. I highly doubt she’ll be doing anything with that photo! Still, it is a nice one and we all like to have nice ones, no matter what we do – or don’t do – with them.
I am amazed by these pictures! Really enjoyed going through them. Morocco looks like a mysterious country with a lot to offer.
Thanks Anna! You summed it up pretty well 🙂
Lovely selection of images.
enjoyed your series and seeing so many things inside your photos…beautiful.
Thanks very much 🙂
There are several that I really like (the whole series is great!) … the monkeys, the woman in white, sitting on the ledge in front of that large wall, the guy with his feet on the canon, the shadows of the camel line.
I wonder … do you have a favorite of these?
Thanks very much, glad you enjoyed the images. Of those you mention, I guess (on a whim right now that will be subject to change!) my favourite is the woman in white.
Beautiful work Conor!
As always, there are some real gems here! I love the first two images especially. Do you ever get prints done of you images?
Thanks Megan, I appreciate that. No, I never get prints done. Unless it’s a present for someone.
Well, thank you for sharing your work for all of us to see! Maybe one day you will put together a book for yourself of all your favorite images. Having something hanging on a wall or holding it in your hands can be very satisfying
That first picture in the market place with the family in silhouette is just fantastic. Such a moving picture. Love it.
Great shots! You share such a colorful and inviting collection. You must have enjoyed yourself.
I did. Lots of new sights and experiences 🙂
Great observations. I particularly like the shadow Camel train!
I came accross this story a while ago and thought it fascinating http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/Melungeon/2007-01/1170037825.
Thanks very much! I’ll have a read of that soon and get back to you on it.
That will be great!
Good shots, I’m especially drawn to the ones with water in them. I nearly made a trip there once, but was told Ramadan isn’t the best time – so missed out.
Thanks Stephen. It was Ramadan for our last couple of days there, but we found it fine, thankfully.
Magnificent photos, Conor. I especially love no. 7, with the cat! But the one with all the shoes is also a particular favourite.
Thanks very much,
Love the camel caravan silhouette.
Thanks very much!
These photos look like they should be postcards! They really evoke the sounds, colors and atmosphere of Morocco. I love the one with the little kitten curled up asleep and also one of the praying man. Very striking images!
Taking notes. I’m going to Morocco next week!
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