The Red City of Art
I didn’t think I would find myself so taken with the artwork of Marrakech, but it’s so omnipresent its hard to not be impressed. Perhaps it’s the stark backdrop of the desert, it frames everything. Everywhere I looked seemed to be contrasts. The Red City is rust red with bland buildings, but everywhere are orange trees and rose gardens. Islamic tradition shows no outward signs of wealth. Inside is another matter entirely. Looping geometric tile patterns, stained glass, woodwork like I have never seen. The craftsmanship of many of these homes, palaces and schools is absolutely incredible!
Photo Technical Info
- Aperture: ƒ/4
- Focal length: 18mm
- ISO: 1600
- Location: 31° 37.863′ 0″ N 7° 59.1998′ 0″ W
- Shutter speed: 1/320s
- Title: Tile and Courtyard of the Museum of Marrakech
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