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Featured Photo: Tangier Generations

Featured Photo: Tangier Generations (Tangier, Morocco)




To walk the streets of Tangier is to cross the threshold of a swarming hive. A teeming colony of entrepreneurs —reliant on wits, stamina and a few practiced phrases— trail foreigner visitors like a highly mobile shopping network. We expected this. And the vibrant, evolving city still charmed us with its hopeful energy. But it was this quiet moment, discovered with a backward glance and captured in this featured photo, that embedded itself as my most cherished Moroccan memory.


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Featured Photo: Tinge of Tangier

Featured Photo: Tinge of Tangier (Tangier, Morocco; Africa)

Tangier, Morocco is a bustling frenzy of activity at street level. Children run and play within the maze of narrow streets, blending with the pleading persistent voices of  swarming market sellers. The aged rooflines leaning into deep blue sky presented a steady, quiet contrast to the lively crowds just below.

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