Mr. Jod band asked photographer Abdellah Azizi to produce a series of photos of their newest music album. In this album Mr Jod, bring the traditional Ahwach 's rhythm to their music. and from the same inspiration, Abdellah made this photo series to portrait some of the album's songs.
Malawi is a landlocked country, in southeast Africa. It is bordered by Zambia to the northwest, Tanzania to the northeast, and Mozambique on the east, south and west. The country is separated from Tanzania and Mozambique by Lake Malawi.
The agricultural/climate calendar is mainly divided by three: Hot wet season, starts in December and ends in April, Cool dry season, starts in May and ends in August, Hot dry season, starts in September and ends in November. We were lucky to arrive to Malawi during the rainy season (Hot wet season) and witness the high farming activity in the green fields everywhere in the country. Since Malawi's economy is strongly based on agriculture, most of families rely on farming as a primary income generating activity. As mush advantages and importance rain generally have in Malawi, though sometimes it could lead to floods which destroys villages and turn remote areas inaccessible and hard to reach.
After they no longer work in the fields, farmers choose to leave their villages and head out to the big cities looking for jobs to support their selves and families, after finishing the preparations for the cool season by collecting fire wood from the mountains and storing it in their houses for the coldest days.
Photo reportage on Essaouira city, located in the Atlantic Coast, Morocco. for Brownbook magazine travel issue.
The goal of this assignment was to show the ordinary life of Essaouira's population, and to portraits some unique jobs such as nature tour guide, and a surf trainer.
The complete photographs wore published on the 52° of Brownbook magazine.
Sidi Kaoukki, Essaouira's surfing spot
Essaouira's countryside, where traditional beautiful guest house located
Photographs from inside Erg Chigaga sand dunes desert, south of Morocco.
Photographs from the Souk of Rissani.
While waiting for the sun to get a little down before start the photo-shoot in Merzouga dunes, we drove to Rissani old market to get Medfouna for lunch.
Rissani is one of the oldest cities in Morocco, actually the the founder of the Alaouite Dynasty of Morocco (or the grand grand father of the king) is burred near Rissani. Rissani was, and still a major commercial point, where people come from around the region to do business, especially inside it's old market, Souk.
Photographs of the twenty-second session of the Conference of the Parties, COP22, 7>18 November 2016, Marrakesh - Morocco.
During COP22, Marrakesh the biggest touristic city of Morocco welcomed people form all around the world.