Oh my, the colours, the atmosphere, an assault on the senses???
LOVE the felt beads!!!!!!
This looks like textile heaven...I'll get there one day..
Oh my goodness you are right ... "speechless"
Only one word comes to mind for me and that's "Yum-Yum!" Okay, I guess that could be considered two words. Tee-hee-hee!D~~~~
Looks like you had a very very inspiring fabulous time ,.Thanks for sharing such stunning photos .Nice to have you back .I will look forward to seeing how your amazing trip in marrakesh influences your work .love from sesga xxx
what a fantastically colourful place. you must have been blown away.
No words needed, I am on sensory overload just looking at them. I can only imagine what they were like in person to see and touch.
Cor blimey......heaven!!! What about the aroma, the smell, the perfume,the scent of the place?????Love it.....
Heaven! Love the beads!
Oh thank you, thank you, THANK YOU. We went to Marrakech a few years ago but our visit coincided with religious festival so never got to see the Souk de Teinture.... through your blog I have..... determined to get back there now!
Oh what a feast for the eyes. Those lovely red yarns against the blue of the sky, and the saffron fabrics straight from the dye pot I presume. Is there any special significance to the strings of brightly coloured fabric balls? They are delightful. You must go away more often!! Thankyou for sharing your wonderful photos.
Fancy organising a txtile lovers trip? I'd love to go...always have, not a traveller by nature but Morocco and Japan? That would be worth renewing my passport for! xx
Just one word ... 'wow'! Amazing pictures, thank you for sharing. x
No need at all! Wonderful pics!
*sigh*....goes off to count teeny pile of pennies to see if there's enough there for a trip of my own...Nope. Never mind, I've been there now thanks to your fabulous pictoral account. Thanks Jackie xx
Fantastic! So many wonderful images that it makes me want to leap on the next plane out. I am sure that I would be hopeless at bartering but it would be fantastic to have the opportunity.
OMG I have to go to Marrakech now. I love your photos and the lovely descriptions too.
I do not know English ,a translator program to help you,Im Hungarian ,and my husband is Maroccan.Marocco is beautiful pictures,beautiful merchandise purchased.Always read the blog.Csillag
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