North & West Africa, freshly bottled!

Two boys pass by a slippers stand in the old medina of Fes, Morocco.

Two boys pass by a slippers stand in the old medina of Fes, Morocco.

After nearly two months of distillation since returning from North and West Africa, the photographs I took there earlier this year have simmered down to a fine stock. Late last night (yes it was a Friday night, wince) I carefully bottled this eclectic distillation, mixing together flavours from Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal and Ghana. With a nervous brow I made sure to reveal hints of documentary, street, sport, portraiture and even architecture photography in the mix.

I invite you to take a sip on my website here.

And if that doesn’t quench your thirst join me on the Facebook page.

Till next post.

Cam.

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3 thoughts on “North & West Africa, freshly bottled!

  1. Great photos Cam. Love the vibrant colours, the faces of North and West Africa, and the spirit of the place you have captured.

    Dev

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