Essaouira (Arabic: الصويرة, eṣ-ṣauīrah; formerly known as Mogador, its older name) is an ancient, over 2000 years old, isolated city on the Atlantic coast of Morocco.
Essaouira possesses beautifully preserved ramparts and naval fortifications, one of the finest remaining fortified ports in the world, and numerous monuments of historical interest left by figures ranging from medieval explorers right up to Orson Welles and Jimmy Hendrix.
The word Essaouira means 'image' or 'well designed'.
The book contains 37 colour photographs telling the story of everyday life in Essaouira: merchants, fishermen, passers-by, street life, city & sea scapes...
I’m a photographer (and web designer) currently based in beautiful Lublin, Poland (previously in London, UK and Sydney, Australia). I enjoy street photography, with it’s unpredictable and adventurous character, also documentary and travel photography as the best ways of documenting the reality I encounter. More about me and my photography at www.kulbowski.com. Feel free to browse my books or message me via my website if you have any questions. PS I make no profit on the books available here, to make them as affordable as possible (all goes to Blurb to cover the print and delivery costs). I'll be happy for you to own any of my albums! Here's a tip: try to google "blurb voucher" and you can easily save even 20% off your purchase :)