One word that can reflect thousands of meanings …
Being in peace with others, our surrounding, or just with ourselves and our mind. The third meaning can really affect the way we think, we behave and seeing things.
This word always happens to hit my mind
Because I really believe in peace and the fact that we can find it in the most simple things … Just looking deep in the sky, contemplating its colors, the shape of the clouds, the multiple hues that can contain …
Or just sitting in front of the ocean and look to the infinite line of the horizon and smelling the fresh salty odor of the air and let the weaves take us to a peaceful state of mind
I wish you Peace.
Let’s welcome this year with some bright, vivid colors !
Today I choose to share with you my dear readers a collection of photographs that I took while a ago, in a beautiful and dreamy place.
I remember the day when I snapped those pictures. It was a warm autumn day, the sun was shinning in a such beautiful warm light that penetrate directly my soul. It was a once in a life time feeling! The light wasn’t harsh at all, in fact it adds to the pictures a nice perspective. It helps the wild flowers to show their true colors. I couldn’t stop taking picture, I was totally amazed by this scenery, I was actually afraid to miss this unique moment.
The Moroccan teapot is the master of the Moroccan gastronomy . You can find it in ceremonies , special events , and on a daily basics .
Tea culture :
It is the must have for Moroccan families , you’ll find it probably in every home !
Different shapes and tastes :
As I said previously , tea has an important culture impact , so to represent it Moroccan artisans create different shapes , colours , decorations ..
the several tastes of tea depend on the geographic zones : for example “Sahraoui tea” (the south) , the preparation is so delicate , long and complex. but it is so tasty . And in the north of Morocco , you will have a huge glass of tea , with some extra mint leaves and stunning jasmine and an orange flower flavour
Essaouira city is one of my absolute favourite places in Morocco . I just love all the details in each corner of this amazing old and historical city ….
Those pictures could say countless words about this beautiful area !
For today’s post , I am going to share with you my most favorite place in Casablanca , Morocco . I could spend all day discovering or just contemplating this Moroccan Masterpiece ! – A world wide record The Hassan II Mosque is It is the largest mosque in Morocco and Africa and the 7th largest in the world and is located in Casablanca, the economic and business capital of Morocco. -Architecture All of the granite, plaster, marbler , wood and other materials used in the construction, were extracted from around Morocco. And the beauty behind all of those patterns , fabrics , lights was a results of a great collective workshop of six thousand traditional Moroccan artisans worked for five years to create the abundant and beautiful mosaic, stone and marble floors and columns, sculpted plaster moldings, and carved and painted wood ceilings . – A spectacular location The mosque stands on a promontory looking out to the Atlantic ocean, where you can assist to an amazing sunset during the Prayer call . I can’t get enough of this place , every time I go to Casablanca I should visit it . I feel so proud that this great construction is a live legend of Moroccan / Islamic art .