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Art Deco Staircase in Casablanca - Annie Wright Photography Art Deco Hotel, Casablanca Morocco, Stairs, Doge, 1920s, Photography, Furniture, Home Decor, Architecture

Art Deco Staircase in Casablanca - Annie Wright Photography

Art Deco staircase in Casablanca.

Yves Saint Laurent’s glamourous Jardin Majorelle in Marrakesh, Morocco Exterior House Colors, Land Scape, Cosmos, Morocco, Fair Grounds, Marrakesh, Plants, Saint Laurent, Photography

New Planet With Large Tree... - Annie Wright Photography

… which I discovered floating in the cosmos of a plant shop while walking back from the gym. Photo: ©Profoundly Superficial Click so that you can explore this new world.

This Art Deco house in Sidi Ifni (Morocco) dates from the time that this seaside town was colonised by the Spanish, who ultimately relinquished it in Art Deco Home, Seaside Towns, Morocco, Bungalow, Photo Galleries, Ocean, Falling Apart, Mansions, Architecture

Art Deco House in Sidi Ifni - Annie Wright Photography

This Art Deco house in Sidi Ifni (Morocco) dates from the time that this seaside town was colonised by the Spanish, who ultimately relinquished it in 1969.

Here lies Samuel Palache (c. 1550-1622) at the Jewish Cemetery in Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, the Netherlands. Born in Fes (Morocco) to a family that came from Islamic Spain, Palache was a merchant, diplomat, envoy, spy and pirate, who spent much of his time in the Dutch Republic and co-founded the Amsterdam Sephardic community. My photo is joining the permanent collection of the Jewish Department at the Musée Illigh in Southern Morocco. © www.anniewrightphotography.com Dutch Republic, Fes, Cemetery, Morocco, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Islamic, My Photos, Spain

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Here lies Samuel Palache (c. 1550-1622) at the Jewish Cemetery in Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, the Netherlands. Born in Fes (Morocco) to a family that came from Islamic Spain, Palache was a merchant, diplomat, envoy, spy and pirate, who spent much of his time in the Dutch Republic and co-founded the Amsterdam Sephardic community. My photo is joining the permanent collection of the Jewish Department at the Musée Illigh in Southern Morocco. © www.anniewrightphotography.com

A silent sunrise at Erg Chebbi (Morocco), a vast sea of dunes located on the edge of the Sahara desert Writings, Dune, Morocco, Sunrise, Sea, Photography, Photograph, Fotografie, The Ocean

Erg Chebbi; A Sea of Dunes - Annie Wright Photography

A silent sunrise at Erg Chebbi, a vast sea of dunes located on the edge of the Sahara desert. During the warmest part of the year, Moroccans come to Erg Che

… which I discovered floating in the cosmos of a plant shop while walking back from the gym. Photo: ©Profoundly Superficial Click so that you can explore this new world. Journey To Mecca, Number 12, Stables, Antelope Canyon, Groom, Earth, Horses, World, Photography

New Planet With Large Tree... - Annie Wright Photography

… which I discovered floating in the cosmos of a plant shop while walking back from the gym. Photo: ©Profoundly Superficial Click so that you can explore this new world.

  My Photo Book, Art Society, Marrakech Morocco, Lovers Art, Old Things, Culture, Photography, Photograph, Fotografie

Cultural Heritage Photographer - Annie Wright Photography

For the last three years I have been involved as a cultural heritage photographer in a project about the historic Kasbah of Illigh. Located on the edge of t

Developing a book in times of Covid-19 is tricky and was something I had no idea of when, a year ago, a publisher in Marrakech (Morocco) offered me a book deal. It would comprise my photographs of Illigh, an historic kasbah on the edge of the Sahara that was once a crossroads on the Trans-Saharan trade routes.   The book is now ready but I must hope for better times so as to be able to return to Marrakech for the book’s printing and publication. Hold A Meeting, Marrakech Morocco, Travel Essentials, How To Memorize Things, Photographs, Old Things, Printing, Times, Books

Developing a Book in Times of Covid-19 - Annie Wright Photography

Developing a book in times of Covid-19 is tricky and was something I had no idea of when a publisher in Marrakech (Morocco) offered me a book deal in 2019.

I’m delighted that nine of my photos have been included in the Sahara Schrift, the very first issue of a magazine published by the Sahara Society of the Netherlands. The Sahara Schift is a visual and written tribute to not only North Africa but also Amazigh communities and their culture. The last few copies of this Dutch-language periodical are available for purchase at www.esoxholland.nl/winkel/sahara-schrift-1-2020/ Deserts Of The World, Dutch Language, North Africa, Morocco, Netherlands, Fairy Tales, My Photos, Culture, Magazine

My Photos in the Sahara Schrift - Annie Wright Photography

'm delighted that nine of my photos have been published in the Sahara Schrift (Sahara Notebook), the very first issue of this magazine that is published by

The Blue World of Chefchaouen - Annie Wright Photography Morocco, Fair Grounds, World, Photography, Blue, Color, Photograph, Fotografie, Colour

The Blue World of Chefchaouen - Annie Wright Photography

When I heard of the blue world of Chefchaouen in northern Morocco, I wondered whether it was just a gimmick to attract tourists. But the truth is far more interesting. When the Jews were expelled from Spain in 1492, some of them settled in Chefchaouen and brought the colour with them because for them it's the colour of

Photo as Writing Prompt Part 2 - Annie Wright Photography Photo Writing Prompts, The Dunes, Morocco, Writers, My Photos, Group, Flat, Landscape, Photography

Photo as Writing Prompt Part 2 - Annie Wright Photography

Last November my photos served as inspiration for the Stromness Writers Group on Orkney where I was having an exhibition. My friend Gill Tennant came up with the idea of using my work as a writing prompt, and this image of the Sahara in Southern Morocco was one of the possible options. Here is a quotation from her resp

An elderly gentleman cat living out his days in the Medina of Fez, which is both a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the biggest car-free urban area in the wor Top Photo, Polar Bear, Morocco, Gentleman, Urban, Heritage Site, Cats, Photography, Fur

Family Resemblance? - Annie Wright Photography

Is there a family resemblance between these two cats? Both of them were photographed in the Fez medina in Morocco. The top photo of the elderly gentleman wa

An elderly gentleman cat living out his days in the Medina of Fez, which is both a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the biggest car-free urban area in the wor Top Photo, Polar Bear, Morocco, Gentleman, Urban, Heritage Site, Cats, Photography, Fur

Elderly gentleman in the Medina of Fez - Annie Wright Photography

An elderly gentleman cat living out his days in the Medina of Fez, which is both a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the biggest car-free urban area in the wor

Smiling Tuareg camel driver near Merzouga on the Erg Chebbi dunes of the northern Sahara. Dune, Morocco, Camel, Photography, Photograph, Fotografie, Camels, Photoshoot, Fotografia

New Planet With Large Tree... - Annie Wright Photography

… which I discovered floating in the cosmos of a plant shop while walking back from the gym. Photo: ©Profoundly Superficial Click so that you can explore this new world.