Saturday, March 27, 2010

Blog Of Desire

It has been weeks since I have not been delving into jewelry-making. Waiting is such an agony, especially when you’re expecting the arrival of your new supplies and can’t wait to realize a new piece in mind, or rather on my sketch book to be precise. But wait, I do have some few antique brass materials from my previous works that have been kept for quite sometime now. Maybe I’ll put a great use to it for some new pieces.

Anyway, while adjusting a few settings on my blog, I came across the *Blogs of Note* section on the dashboard (have you ever notice that?). There, I found a few interesting blogs but this one captures my attention particularly and worth reading My Marrakesh. Click on the fabulous typewriter for the fabulous link..


The beautiful Maryam is a human rights & democracy specialist trotting the globe by day, a builder of Peacock Pavilions dream guest house in Marrakesh by night and a blogger of fabulous Middle Eastern culture beautiful, exotic and out of the ordinary.

Shots from My Marrakesh

Marrakesh, once was the imperial city of Morroco also known as the "Red City" is ethnically diverse with rich culture & civilization coming from the East (Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Jews & Arabs), South (Sub-Saharan Africans) and North (Roman, Vandals and Andalusians). It's one of the compelling places on earth. Although the fervor and the food seduces you, it’s also a place of solace & peace. Despite it’s modernization, there are places where time has literally stood still and that in itself is a wonder.

Her blog is quite addictive if I must warned you, but I thought it is something that I should share...

And so, I'm leaving you with some of my little Marrakesh moments...:)

Have a great weekend everyone!!!

,

M.m


2 comments:

Loose Diamonds Chicago said...

I really found a unique art by the medium of photography. Keep it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! up

Maggie said...

:) Thanks very much Loose Diamonds Chicago for the inspiring words. I will keep it up! ;)

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