Monday, May 5, 2014

couscous & citrus - wool & lambs

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April 27, Marrakech;

♦ we all went to a weekly Berber market outside Marrakech on Sunday morning
♦ a colorful market with only locals doing their weekly shopping
♦ residents of all the small villages in the area meet overhere to buy and to sell their fresh products
♦ fruits and vegetables, herbs and spices, couscous and flour, chickens and sheep, but also wool and more wool
♦ the Berber market is a color explosion
♦ at the end of the morning we went back to Marrakech, to spend the afternoon in a quiet and beautiful spot...

ps: I'm wearing one of Aisha's crocheted beanies (perfect against heat also)

9 comments:

  1. Wat een schitterende mooie foto's weer!
    En die wol.... Prachtige kleuren!!!

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  2. Al die mooie wol op de markt, is dat echt of acryl?

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    1. Allebei, heel veel echte wol, maar ook acryl ;)

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  3. Marrakech is beautiful with all its color and its people. I love it! And seeing your wonderful photos I just want to start making crochet and maybe someday if I participate in one of these wonderful events! ♥♥♥

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  4. Genieten voor jou, maar ook voor ons : al die mooie foto's! Doe je dit ooit nog eens? Ik wou heel graag mee, maar ik ben juf en dan lukken enkel de schoolvakanties.

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    1. Hej 'Joppe' dankjewel voor het aardige comment. In oktober is er weer een cool crochet workshop, maar is ook al volgeboekt. Wellicht komt er in 2015 een vervolg ;) groeten, Ingrid

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  5. Tes photos sont superbes ! I love it! Mes yeux se régalent et ça me donne trop envie ! Merci !

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  6. Nothing like a little lamb in your arms!

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