Monday Mystery Photo- Last time Morocco

Melanie from An Introvert Talks, submitted the beautiful photograph, below.

Do you know where this might be located?

 

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Every second Monday, I post a new photo of a ‘mystery’ location, and sometimes a mystery object.  I invite you to leave a comment if you think you know the location, or what the mystery object might be.

If you guess correctly, I will link back to your blog in the follow-up post, when the answer is revealed.

N.B. Comments will be released on alternate Mondays (Australian E.S.T.), so as not to spoil the fun for late-comers to this post.

Contribution and guest posts of Monday mystery photos are very welcome. You can send me the photograph by email. My addy can be found by clicking on my profile.

Many thanks to Melanie from An Introvert Talks, for submitting the current series of photographs for Monday Mystery Photo.

Previous Monday Mystery Photograph

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The photo depicted a Phoenician Cemetery carved out from stone on the coast in Tangier, Morocco. A country that I have read much about but never visited! It looks fascinating. And it was leggypeggy

who correctly identified it. Marvellous remnants of a very ancient civilization.

Monday Mystery

Monday Mystery photo gives you something to ponder about, today.

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Unusual

My friend has an uncanny ability to find unusual objects hitherto unseen, in my photos.

In a old photo of me in a forest she found a small, fairy-like nymph hidden in the foliage.

In a street photo in a country town, she found a reflection of a soldier in a shop window – No soldiers were visible anywhere nearby at the time at which the photo was taken!!

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So naturally on a photo of steam rising after a heavy night fog, she saw…..well what do you see?

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Is it really so unusual?
Something weird and Unusual to Ponder About.

Travel theme: Fabric

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Traveling to different places in the world gives me an excuse to investigate folk traditions in fabric design. Something I find incredibly inspirational when it comes to designing my own artwork. Fabric and furnishings can also reflect the cultural and historical nuances and traditions of a region.

Norwegian embroidery and weaving

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Where would you find a beautiful fabric motif like this, but Innsbruck?!

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Norway is a country, where you will find many original and distinctive fabrics in many different forms.

Click on each individual photo to see a larger version

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If you have some fabric that you have discovered in your travels, post a link to your blog or join in with Ailsa’s photographic travel theme challenge.

 

Something to Ponder About