Mostly Blues in Chefchaouen

If I could spend the rest of my days traveling around small mountain villages snapping photos, basking in the sun, and gathering a sense for different places- I think I’d die happy.

I also think they call that travel writing.

On Monday, following her SIDA event Libby and I headed an hour north in the Rif mountains to Chefchaouen. An (as you can see by these photos) absolutley beautiful former Spanish enclave, distinct mostly by its shades of blue.

Che bella.

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3 Comments

Filed under Morocco, Photography

3 responses to “Mostly Blues in Chefchaouen

  1. Excellent gallery. Morocco is an awesome place to photograph.

  2. Hi Mel, thanks again for the wonderful photos, and insight into your life, thanks for sharing….cousin, Tina….stay warm, looks like it gets frosty cold

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