El Badi Palace is a huge ruin in the centre of Marrakech Medina. Walls, towering over the narrow streets below are crenellated and topped with the messy nests of the resident storks.
Lazama Synagogue, Marrakech
Lazama Synagogue is tucked away down a back street in Marrakech. A calm oasis amid the madness of the city.
An Ornate and Tranquil Corner of Marrakech - Palais Bahia
All of the palaces and other historical locations are perfect for photography. They are safe from hawkers and you can take time to enjoy the surroundings and photograph the history of the city. Palais Bahia is one such location.
Tropical Flowers at Palais Bahia
A palm leaf looking uptowards the sky at Palais Bahia in Marrakech
Lanterns and alleyways in Marrakech Medina
Lampshades for sale within Marrakech Medina
Narrow alleyways, ornate arches and a mass of confusing streets that all look the same is how the medina in Marrakech appears to the outsider.
Saadian Tombs and Kasbah Mosque
Ornate tombs hidden behind high walls in Marrakech
Street Cats of Marrakech
Cats live wild in Marrakech but do receive some attention
The Colour of Spices
The spices in Marrakech are full of colour and fragrance
Prickly Pear Potpourri in Morocco
Prickly pear flowers dried and used as pot pourri in Marrakech. Some are scented but most are left unfragranced as decoration.
Sunset over Marrakech
Sunset in Marrakech allows photography without people or the associated stress, especially when you find a balcony over looking the night market.
Storks at Palais El Badia
A stork in the centre of Marrakech is a common sight as they make their home on old palace walls