The absolute highlight of our Destination Morocco Trip was photographing the golden dunes in the Sahara Desert. I loved the sharp contrast found only at sunrise.
Grande Mosquée Hassan II
The Grande Mosquée Hassan II in Casablanca is the only mosque in Morocco that allows non-muslim visitors inside. It's an amazing cultural experience.
inside the Grande Mosquée Hassan II
Fez, Morocco, is the world's largest urban centre without cars. Walking through the Medina provided plenty of opportunities for street photography and portraits.
Mausoleum of Mohammed V
The Mausoleum of Mohammed V in Rabat
Street Scenes 2
In Marrakech, we walked through the Bahia Palace and captured photos of its architecture.
Walking through the city streets in Morocco, where most Medinas still prohibit cars, felt like walking through time. The pace was slower until you left the walled cities and discovered the bustling style of modern life.
Nightfall in Chefchouen
Chefchouen, Morocco's blue city, is a spectacular destination. Watching the sunset from above the city was a highlight of our time in Morocco.
The blue city is a stunning Medina that is painted annually to maintain its vivid colours.
Arches and Doors
The stunning details found within Moroccan Riad hotels proved to be quite the photo subject.
Another huge benefit of exploring the Sahara Desert were the stunning night images we captured. There was absolutely no light pollution.
Gladiator, the hollywood movie, was filmed in Aït Benhaddou. While visiting, we were determined to capture stars above the famous walled Kashbah.