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Morocco in Black & White

May 14, 2015

Morocco, Photo Essay

We were so taken with Morrocco and its vivid colours and rich culture it is somehow refreshing and calming to see these beautiful black and white images captured by talented Australian photographer Ryan Stuart.

Photography by Ryan Stuart

Approaching camp, Moroccan Sahara. 25th October 2013. Photo: Ryan Stuart

Approaching camp, Moroccan Sahara


Looking East towards Algeria, Moroccan Sahara


Men who live in the nearby Ksar Tanamouste drive their Flying Carpet through the desert. It was, apparently, and old 4WD they custom built for their own enjoyment. it took them about two minutes to disappear over teh dunes at high speed.


Evening at the riad in Marrakech. Looking out over the courtyard, the Medina glows.


A man peers out on to the Jemaa el-Fnaa from a building on the famous market place


Looking up to the Mosquée de la Koutoubia in Marrakech through its surrounding gardens


Afternoon light comes through an iron door and casts its shadow onto the tiled floor, Marrakech


A woman poses for a photograph inside kasbah Ait Ben Haddou in Southern Morocco


Our guide stops to retie his keffiyeh in the Moroccan Sahara

Ryan Stuart Photography


Artist Ryan Stuart lives and works in Sydney at the moment. He likes to photograph life. For prints sales contact

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