Volunteer: Charley Silverman
Contributions from Charley Silverman
I knew it was coming. Adam text messaged me on Wednesday to let me know that he would be coming in early Friday to start his Carte de Sejour process of with the Gendarmes of Goulmima. I had agreed to help. For people with more normal jobs being up-and-at-‘em at 8:00 am is no problem, but I grumbled when my phone vibrated four times and beeped at that (un)reasonable hour. “In town. meet at gendarmes?” read the text message. I tossed on a pair of shorts, t-shirt, baseball hat and show...
It really only took one experience to hook my host family on American Pizza. In short order it became a weekly tradition. Here my host brother Nunu displays the goods.
A cool shot from the taxi stand in Goulmima, Morocco. A typical everyday scene but for the carnival in the background, which really makes the white pop out.
My host brother is running out of territory, yet presses on.
I don't recall what these boys were looking at, but it must have been pretty great to capture all of their attentions at once.
This boy was photographed from my house as he overlooked the festival for the Prophet Mohammed's birthday in Goulmima, Morocco.