Yellow in Morocco, Marrakech…

Spring yellow! I was viewing my old photos of Morocco. I have a lot of them as you know and thought maybe it would be nice to share again a few of them with you. I selected some photos all made in Marrakech with a yellow accent.

The sunsets are beautiful in Morocco as you can see. In the old medina you will find clothes to dry in the sun in all colours. Melons and other fresh fruit everywhere. At the old medina you will find cereals, rugs, Moroccon shoes, saffron and much much more.

And the moped…like bikes in Amsterdam.

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Images: Melanie el Haddad

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About Melanie el Haddad

I'm 35 years. I have a passion for Morocco and lifestyle. My husband is Moroccan, but he is born and raised in Amsterdam.Usually a mixed marriage is an enrichment and sometimes there is a difference. I'm in love with my daughter of three. The best thing there is, your own beautiful girl. With my husband I have a webshop called El Ramla Hamra. Creating a mix of Moroccan tradition and trendy lifestyle is our mission. We sell special and trendy living and fashion accessories. It is great to use your passion. Creative entrepreneurial. Something truly your own. I love writing. There is so much in the world that can inspire me from everyday events into beautiful fashion items. I hope you to give a little inspiration with my blog.

4 Responses to Yellow in Morocco, Marrakech…

  1. Nadine says:

    The photos are wonderful. So refreshing :).

  2. Pingback: Marrakech Morocco Stories: A fight with a taxi drivers | Solo Travel, Never Lonely

  3. 30smagazine says:

    As always stunning photos

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