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My Interpretation of Morocco

Travel , December 28, 2015

The beauty of traveling without researching is that you are bound for multiple surprises.

I went to Morocco in early 2013 just to expect deserts, dry lands and a few Game of Thrones filming locations. Yet when I arrived there; I was greeted with lush of greens, an ancient Roman ruin and even Snow! Instantly it became one of the most interesting places that I’ve been to. It’s rich in colorful culture with plentiful of stunning, amazing, beautiful landscape.

Although anywhere you point a camera, you can produce a decent imagery; there was just one setback as a street photographer. People are not camera friendly and they find it quite offensive. Then again, my Ricoh GR was quite stealthy and most of the people were not aware that I was taking picture of them. I might imagine if I were using a big DSLR I might not get the images that I wanted to.

As for the format of this post, I’ve chosen a 16×9 ratio just because I’ve never done it before!

Most of the images (95%) here are shot with the Ricoh GR and post-processed with VSCO 07

 

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