Morocco Tafraoute morning
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Stony Drops of Water

In the early morning the last clouds of the night are still hanging in the Antiatlas near Tafraoute | Morocco

The Anti Atlas stretches from the Atlantic Ocean in the southwest to the northeast to the height of Ouarzazate and further east to the Tafilalet. In the south it is bordered by the northern foothills of the Sahara.

The mountains are especially rugged towards the south to the 700 m high Sahara plain. The volcano of Jbel Sirwa is much higher. It reaches a maximum height of 3304 meters. (Source Wikipedia)

Dusty Snow A night like any other

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