Posts tagged ‘Kasbah Bab Ourika’

Morocco: Re-capped

It’s becoming a bit of a tradition now for me to re-post all the photos I’ve published from our latest trip in one gallery of images. I quite like doing it because it acts as a useful photo-blogging “full-stop” to indicate that I’ve finished with one set of images (published over a number of posts in the last few weeks and months) and that I’m now moving on to something else. It also of course gives visitors to my blog an easy way to catch-up and review all the images I’ve posted of the trip in one convenient post.

As I see no reason to break with tradition now, here is my final post from our recent-ish mini tour of Morocco, a gallery of all the images that I’ve posted on this subject over the past few weeks.

One final thing, because I don’t have any festive seasonal shots to share with you this year, I’m going to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. The support, encouragement and inspiration I glean from the photo community on WordPress never ceases to amaze me, so here is a big heartfelt thanks to everyone who has visited or followed my blog throughout 2015……it really is much appreciated.

© Mark Simms Photography (2015)

Kasbah Bab Ourika

The plan had been to do some walking in the Ourika Valley and Atlas Mountains, but because of my unfortunate accident in Essaouira (see here for details) I was just in too much discomfort to manage anything other than a gentle stroll around the beautiful grounds of the Kasbah Bab Ourika – our base for the last couple of days of our trip and from where the following photos were taken:

© Mark Simms Photography (2015)

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