The Chefchaouen Blues

Spain returned Chefchaouen after Morocco gained her independence in 1956. Today the small town that sits in the middle of the Rif Mountains is a relaxing place to experiment with a few snaps. The quaint medina is dotted with mosques and peddlers selling wool garments, local goat cheese and original art work.

“Photography is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” ―Alfred Stieglitz

16 responses to “The Chefchaouen Blues

  1. Spectacular images.

  2. Thank you for the trip around the blue town – a happy release from more dull weather in London. I’d like to visit it on my next trip to Morocco.

  3. missshutterbug

    Loving the blues!!

  4. Your shots have that wonderful Mediterranean mix of light and colour. Thanks for posting these.

  5. Your photographs are absolutely amazing! The historical facts are also really interesting too 🙂

  6. Wow, great photos.

    I considered visiting Chefchaouen during my Moroccan trip but didn’t have the time. Your pictures have made me slightly regretful!

  7. I especially love number 4, what a treat for the eyes!

  8. It’s very beautiful an blue is my favorite color.. 🙂

  9. Beautiful shots – I MUST get to Morocco!

  10. All, thanks for the kind words and support!

  11. An inspiring series of pics!

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