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"Probably the most obvious impression people get when they arrive in Morocco is the intense colour (mostly wonderful shades of blue) but this series shows another side. On a misty morning on the beach, the wet Atlantic breeze made it too grey and dank for tourists so the beach reclaimed it's local character. Ordinary people going about their business, using the beach as a cut through or just sitting for a while, fully dressed, for a chat with friends. No frisbees, no sports, no bright towels or bikinis, just a quiet muffled dullness from the mist"

Frankie McAllister

from series:
Morocco Beach

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