Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Wordless Wednesday - Wash Day

The Ourika Valley in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains
Head over to Faith, Hope & A Whole Lotta Love for more wordless posts and to Bella over at 52 Photos Project where the theme this week is black and white.

 




27 comments:

Ruth said...

To imagine that you were in a place to be able to photograph this amazes and inspires me. Wow.

Becky said...

Incredibly gorgeous. Just stunning!

Ellie said...

What a great shot - but I'm kind of glad i've got a washing machine. Lol

Amanda ~ Blue LaReve said...

And I complain when I have too many loads to wash ... in the washing machine. I take my little luxuries for granted, never stopping (shamefully) to realize that others don't have it so easy.

Great photo!

home is where the ♥ is said...

Wow! What a sight to capture. I'm just off to put the next load in the dryer !! Happy WW. Alison x

Heidi said...

I love what I learn about Morocco from your photos Anabella! Great shot..

Veronica said...

i love how your photos capture the culture of where you live. this is incredible. and like what Amanda said...i too will keep my groans to myself. this photo is so inspiring. have a great day!

susan said...

Sure makes me appreciate my washing machine! Shallow person that I am.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Simply beautiful and simple -- b/w was the perfect choice for this photo.

I'm humbled by your talent. Truly.

Yiota said...

Amazing photo! Thanks for sharing!
My mum used to tell me how it was, washing down the river.
It makes you count your blessings, doesn't it?

elizabeth said...

The washing machine is humming as I write

How much more romantic your picture is..... but jolly time consuming I imagine...!
I need to get into the Moroccan countryside next time we come over

Too much hanging about in the city.

oxo

Talibah said...

beautiful captured moment

Cinnamon owl said...

This is an amazing photo.

Gallery Juana said...

Oh my gosh ... the pureness of photography!
Love the stunning contrast of the living against the rock.

Catherine said...

your photos are wonderful: you look at this picture and start wondering about the lives of the people in it - and realise how lucky we are!

Monica {bohemian twilight} said...

fabulous! reminds me of a lot of my own travels.

urban muser said...

this is fantastic! i just love it.

Stasha said...

This is such a powerful photo. Love it!

Sannah said...

I just love your photos, this one and the others on your blog. They are so beautifully captured, and always seem to tell a story.
Thanks for visiting my blog!
Happy WW, xx

demie said...

this picture is amazing! there is a movement there that suddenly stopped... beautiful blog. i`ll be visiting ; )

Bella said...

Beautiful!

MJ said...

This is gorgeous, what a story it tells!!

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

I swear...this photo brings a lump to my throat. Only because I find myself complaining on things I don't have and want....and then, this photo makes me stop, think, and know I should stop whining...I'm spoiled with so much and take it for granted.

Well done.

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Awesome photo ~ must have been an amazing trip ~ thanks, namaste, Carol
visiting from 52 Photos Project ~ mine is A Creative Harbor

Eva said...

Wow! beautiful and rich photograph.

Ms. Becky said...

yeah, you know, Nance says it best. humbled by your talent. this is a spectacular example of how extraordinary black and white photography can be. and is.

Anika said...

Wow, just beautiful.
I'm enjoying your blog!