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Photographer's Note

In a number of your critiques to my photos of Morocco some of you have registered surprise in seeing the countryside different from what you expected.

To tell you the truth I did not know what to expect before I went to Morocco. I suppose I anticipated a dry and somewhat barren land. Yet on our long bus drives through vast areas of the country we saw vineyards, wheat fields, olive tree plantations that stretched for kilometres, hazelnut plantations (75% of the world's hazelnuts are grown in Morocco) and cows and sheep grazing in fields and along the highways and roads.

So I intend to post several shots of the countryside taken from the bus as we sped along. The series will be called This Too Is Morocco. I hope that these photos will confirm what a wonderful country Morocco really is.

This scene greeted us as we left Rabat and drove towards Meknes along the plateau.

PLEASE SEE WORKSHOP FOR A CLOSER VIEW OF THE ROLLING HILLS AND OLIVE TREES.

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