Photographer's Note

We had been trying to get as far up the Dades Valley that we could but when we reached the upper gorge the road, being early Spring, was still flooded from the snow melt.
Overlooking the gorge and river was a small tea room where the owner started teaching us bit of the Berber language as we were well into Berber territory. We also enjoyed watching the large obscured campervan turning around in the gorge using what must have been a painfull 30 point turn.

As we enjoyed our fresh mint tea a Berber man came down the steep hill behind the tea rooms and had his tea sitting on a rock. My wife Margaret then spotted this great pose but as my camera was tucked in my bag so we used her Nikon S560 to snap off a shot. Notice the jeans under his traditional gear.

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Additional Photos by Ian Fegent (ifege) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4025 W: 102 N: 11533] (47993)
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