We took the opportunity to stay in a Riat, an old home of formerly wealthy occupants, within the Medina walls in Fes.
This pool in a Madrassa uses the laws of physics to make you think which ever end you are standing at is shallower then the far end although the pool is of exactly the same depth through out.
A "hip shot" of women walking in the street. In places where I didn't want to call attention to my camera I simply placed it by my hip and took random shots. I was suprised by how many actually turned out and weren't simply of odd pieces of ground.
Slippers in a leather shop above the fabled tanneries
The old walls of the city, crumbling now
Overlooking the leather dying pits and tanneries
An apothecary, Moroccan style
The blindingly white Jewish graveyard outside Fes city walls
Looking at the Medina from outside the walls
The inside of a carpet shop - beautiful carpets but no thank you, I don't want to buy three so I can sell two when I return home no matter how good a price I get for them. Here I patiently looked through the ledgers of the men selling carpets as he tried to find the names of other Alaskans he had sold to. Contacts are everything here.