The personal blog of photojournalist Noah Darnell.

A fingerprint in Fes…

A fingerprint in Fes…

Who are these people? Who grows up here in this movie set? Who goes to school all their young lives walking these streets? Who sees this every day, the common and the uncommon? What, then, is uncommon? Common, the streams of sunlight speckling the sawdust through the tiny, narrow streets between workers shops… Do these

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With good people…

With good people…

Some things that happen defy classification or explanation… and a single photo could not do it justice. Mohamed, our new friend and guide in Fes, Morocco, invited us to his home to dinner with his family. No photos or videos or words in the world could describe such an event. More generosity than I have

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If your photos aren’t good enough…

///NOTE: please visit my real blog at http://www.haonavy.com/fledglingphotographer to see this post in all its intended way./// If your photos aren’t good enough…you’re not in Morocco. Okay, just kidding… that sounds a little pretentious, but seriously… “If your photos aren’t good enough, you are not close enough,” said Robert Capa around 75 years ago. I’ve

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A move to Morocco…

Wait… have I not already been in Morocco three days? In fact, I have. Alas, I am just now arriving in Fes: the city in which MOST of it is considered a UNESCO World Heritage site. Arriving in the afternoon, there is little more to do than to get settled in our riad (guesthouse) and

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