Windows in Morocco - Los Angeles Travel Photographer

When your only connection to the world is a window, what would you do? 

In Morocco, Madersas are the best opportunities, for the non-Islamic,  to admire the Islamic architecture.  At t
hese institutions for the study of Islamic theology and religious law, students would stay in small dens, with only one window opening.  While the idea is to limit the amount of distraction from outside world, I did what made sense to me and got a great view. 

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Window-View-Ben-Youssef-Madersa-Marrakesh-Morocco-Copyright-Jean-Huang-Photography-(1)

You see, I had to look out my window to look into the one across from me.  Had I looked down instead of looking out, as this gentleman did, I would have missed such view and the nice lady.   

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Window-View-Ben-Youssef-Madersa-Marrakesh-Morocco-Copyright-Jean-Huang-Photography-(2)

Windows are often referred to as a metaphor for opportunities.  So in light of  windows, what would you do?  

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