Two totally different parts of Morocco here, Marrakesh with the hustle, bustle, noise, vibrant colour and the constant attention of its street traders, and Ourika Valley, in the High Atlas Mountains, all calm and peaceful - and a wonderful antidote to life in the city.
Finely decorated metal-work on displayOne of many food stalls in the Place Jemaa El Fna - the central squareThe 'mihrab' in the Saadian TombsThe Saadian TombsStreet activity in the Place Bab FtelhCotton weaver on the Rue de El KasbahWall decorations in the Bahia PalaceStained glass window in the Bahia PalaceThe Mellah - Jewish QuarterThe Mellah - Jewish QuarterSouk Semmarine - the largest of the main souk streetsDusting down the stock, prior to a day's businessDoorway in the Secret GardenOutside of the Berber Museum in the Majorelle GardensStreet trader - taking a breakOne of the many souqs - later in the evening  and therefore much quieter than usualNatural products used in the woollen dyeing souqThe dirty and hot process of dyeing woolKasbah Bab Ourika in the High Atlas MountainsAisha & Brahim Ait El Kadi, in their house in Taourirt