The Path, by Faisal Khan

Have you ever thought about a different pace of life. The Atlas mountains of Morocco is a home to some of the most peaceful villages and amazing people. During one of my hiking trips, I came across the villagers coming back from Saturday market. The only day, where merchants gather from nearby villages to sell all type of items for that area. It made me think twice about the pace of life in the city. There it is almost a journey to do shopping with hours of walk and tough terrain. For us greeting each other, we were in two different Journeys, different directions but walking the same path…

The Path, by Faisal Khan

Canon EOS 7D | Focal Length 17mm | Shutter Speed 1/500sec | Aperture f/5 | ISO 200
The Path, by Faisal Khan

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | June 26
Award Score: 56 (Value 10, Clarity 10.5, Composition 12.5, Style 11.5, Skill 11.5)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Travel Photography
Photograph Location: Asni Valley, High Atlas | Morocco

Photographer: Faisal Khan (Casablanca, Morocco) Registered
Faisal Khan is 37 years old, and was raised in Saudi. He started taking photograph just a year ago. Along with his frequent travel & exploration, this becomes his new passion. To him, taking a photo is a way of contemplation, self-discovery and awareness; much more than capturing a moment…He has been blessed by working and living in many countries, and enjoying various cultures such as Thai, Middle eastern, and Moroccan. In addition, he feels honor to meet new friends who inspire him along the way…

Portfolio: http://500px.com/faisal_khan
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3 reviews
  1. Faisal Khan
    Faisal Khan says:

    Thanks to everyone for liking the photo. I’m really glad that I was able to capture this moment; and I appreciate L&C support which enabled me to share it with you..

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  2. Faisal
    Faisal says:

    Dear Trekking Tips team,,

    Thanks for appreciating the photo and sharing it. You got some amazing collection for places i’d love to visit.

    Faisal

    Reply

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