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As we toured Rabat the colors and textures of Morocco felt amplified. This photograph, showing a section of fence in front of the royal tombs in Rabat glows and the shapes, patterns and colors that are so rich throughout the country are highlighted…

The scene that stood before us as we went to lunch just outside the Ben M'Sik Community Museum and Hassan II University was breathtaking. The restaurant's display of traditional Moroccan items and culture was incredible to behold and remains…

The beautiful artwork of henna, a traditional Moroccan art form, was shared with the American delegation at a tea party held for us in Casablanca. I love the smiles and laughter in this photo as Robyn has henna put on her hand.

This fountain, found in Jardin Marjorelle, in Marrakech, featured some of the beautiful colors and symbols of Morocco that have remained with me since our trip. The bright blues, the distinctive yellows and the rich greens of the plants were found…

This one also was taken at Hay Moulay Rachid [a district in Casablanca], near Ben Msik Faculty [Hassan II University]. It shows a man who is wearing "djelleba," Moroccan traditional clothes.