This is the ninth edition of my bi-weekly series, Friday Fix, a quick burst of inspiration to spur you (and me) on through our final day in the office. The idea of these photos is to give you a glimpse of some of the most incredible things I've seen in a format you can digest in a coffee break...
I wish I could explain to you what this was all about...
Only a couple of days into my trip through Morocco, I stumbled upon this surreal scene entirely by accident. Speaking only the barest scraping of French and no Arabic whatsoever, I wasn't in a position to ask the locals.
This weeks Friday Fix is a homage to the unexplained- that curious feeling of finding yourself in an entirely alien situation which everyone else is taking in their stride.
When you find a single chicken's foot at the bottom of your soup or new friends burst into a "Happy Birthday" rendition you've never heard before, savour the moment. This is one of the things I miss the most in the UK.
If anyone has any idea what this parade was celebrating, I would be very grateful for an answer. It would have been some time near the end of June and took place through the streets of Marrakesh. Thank-you in advance!
Previous editions of Friday Fix:
The faces of Angkor Thom, Cambodia.
Nanuya Balavu Island, Fiji.
Chefchaouen and the mountains, Morocco.
The Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
Plaza de España, Seville, Spain.
- Scoor beach, Mull, Scotland.
A sobering walk down the river in Siem Reap,
- Milford Sound, New Zealand.
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