Photographer's Note

Chefchaouen lies in the hollow of two mountains from which it takes its name. Founded in 1471 by the Idrissid descendants of the Prophet Mohammed, the town is marked by steep narrow streets with white and indigo lime washed buildings, small squares, ornate fountains, and houses with elaborately decorated doorways. This photo was shot from a cemetery on a hill above the town. In the foreground, is an indigo lime washed grave.

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