"Moroccans", is an amazing series of portrait photographs, which truly captures the most colorful and photogenic people in the world. It's not for nothing that Morocco attracts not only tourists, but also photographers, with its African and Arabian exoticism, enchanting everyone with its rich ethnic and cultural diversity.
Photographer Leila Alawi (Leila Alaoui) from an early age was fascinated by the rich ethnic and cultural diversity of her native country - Morocco. Inspired by the traditions and exoticism of her own people, the girl went on a fascinating journey around her native land to photograph people who met on her way.
In the photo project "Moroccans" the author praises his compatriots, who, despite their convictions and belief that photography can take away their souls, nevertheless agreed to take pictures, thereby showing their trust and respect for Leila.
Photographer Alessandro Bergamini (Alessandro Bergamini) loves to travel around the world and take pictures of peoplewhom he meets on his way. After all, according to the photographer, each person is amazing and beautiful in his own way - this is evidenced by his works, which present colorful portraits of people from different parts of the world.
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