Continue reading “Street Photography – A Moroccan Town Awakes”
Having a fancy DSLR camera does not give me the right to cross ethical boundaries with vulnerable individuals who in no way could give informed consent to being photographed. The clinic was NOT a street setting.
A few years ago, when the earthquake damaged roads of Christchurch reflected my inner being, a friend lent me his compass. Continue reading “Life Intersections”
Daylight drips through the gaps forming puddles on the cobbled paving.
Today we curve our way back down the slope to Marrakech. We’ll watch the village of Asni diminish in size until it looks like randomly perched LEGO blocks in various shades of terracotta. Continue reading “Dental Volunteering in Morocco – 2”
Two small windows and 3 bare bulbs, hanging on twisted cords, light the surgery (one of the bulbs is broken).