Morocco is a photographer’s dream. There is so much to capture, especially the architecture that reflects Morocco’s rich cultural and historical heritage. The French, Moorish and Islamic influences are very evident in doors across the country, whether they are heavily embellished horseshoe arches or simple wooden doors with peeling, decades-old paintwork and simplistic latches.
In Ait Benhaddou:
And in Casablanca:
In El Khorbat in the Todra valley:
From Marrakech: The first, brightly coloured door is in the Jardin Majorelle, the twelve-acre botanical and artist’s landscape garden, owned by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé.
From the hillside hamlet of Moulay Idriss:
And I haven’t even got to the port city of Essaouira yet 🙂