About the Book
I took these photos during my first six months in Morocco. Travelling around, I found the contrast between desert, sea, mountain and city breathtaking. I was also invited as a guest to my first celebration of Eid. I spent an unforgettable day with Rachid and his family.
Seeing the young kids playing football or 'parcours' with such passion reminded me of my youth in the suburbs of Paris.It is sadly quite unusual to see kids playing outside in these days of modern technology.
I hope that you enjoy the book and that you find something inside that inspires you too .
Dino De Luca Photographer Born and brought up in Paris of Italian parents, Dino graduated with a CAP from the Paris School of Photography in 1992, following an apprenticeship in Paris. He held his first of many exhibitions that same year, showing his prints of Italy to critical acclaim. Fate led him to travel the world, first living in London and then Jakarta, Buenos Aires , Osaka and Rabat. He has just relocated to Scotland with his family. Along the way he has picked up six languages. Dino’s personal favourite genre is black and white street portraits but his work has included a wide range of activities including working in two professional studios in London and Paris, agency work, commercial work for hotels and company brochures, portraits, weddings and event work including covering VIP and Royal visits. In 2009 he published two books of Japan, entitled ‘Kansai’ and ‘Sakura’ and in 2010 a book of Morocco entitled, ’My first six months in Morocco.’ In 2010 he won two international ph