How beautiful! When I see photos like this I always think to myself that I need to travel more. I have never seen anything like that before.Happy WW from Sara @ the Mostly Wordless Wednesday H.Q.!
Very interesting, I love the look of Pueblos.
Is that sort of a provincial are in Morocco?Happy WW!
Amazing. Very Old Testament, wouldn't you say?
i'd love to go to morocco
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interesting place. Nice photo.
ROFL! You're kidding! Right? Do they have electricity all the way out there??? WOW!
What fascinating buildings. Happy WW
Beautiful photo. Amazing how nothing has changed ~ I guess everyone loves tv though. Happy WW!
GORGEOUS! I should talk to you about travel suggestions. We are planning a big trip for our 20th anniversary next year and we have no idea where to go. We are NOT Disney types and prefer nature & history! (The kiddos are going with us!)
Gday Dear Gattina, im a little slow getting around to everyone at the moment ,Im sharing my computer with my Grandaughter while she is living with me while studing Nursing.Ill be back at every chance I get .Love all your holiday photo's.. in Morocco. kids taking a camel ride instead of a pony ride .Laughter is the best Medicine. I dont call them wrinkles here we call them laughter lines,,
it must have been a fascinating trip --- with sand, sun and sea... and regarding the TV, well, who can resist having a 24/24 entertainment without leaving the comforts of home?:)...
WOW! That is just wild!
That is amazing! Happy WW!http://mud-bug.com/2009/06/wordless-wednesday-a-boy-and-his-dog/
I'm grateful you're sharing your travel photos in this way ... the next best thing to leaving home myself ;--)Hugs and blessings,
That is an interesting picture!Das ist der Fortschritt ...wenn du Fernsehen hast.
Very interesting! And in the same time TV!
Beautiful photo - that satellite dish almost blends in, doesn't it? ;)Happy WW! :)
TV and modern textiles and climate and tourisme.But, I agree, it looks like time is eternal.
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