Marrakech: and a tale of a tiny little film at Peacock Pavilions Guesthouse

I tried to explain to you about Peacock Pavilions -- I tried to tell you with my words, I tried to show you with my images.  But I couldn't get it quite right because I couldn't share with you how it felt.  So now, a tiny film of only 1 minute.  Let me know what you think.  

A tiny film by Meg Kelly of Decent Workshop, with assistance from Ashleigh Feran.

Marrakech: and a tale of Moroccan patterns

Marrakech: and a tale of Moroccan patterns

I'll take my patterns with my patterns, please.  

I love color, but {dare I say it?}, I love patterns even more.  They feel like a secret code, like a hidden language, like a mystery waiting to reveal themselves.  And that is especially true about  Moroccan, Berber and Islamic patterns.  Why? Because they are not just beautiful, they have a purpose and meaning.