Number One gave her a camera as a wedding gift, and Number Two just sent these photos taken in Habbous, Morocco. In her words: Habbous is a French-built market in the middle of Casablanca from the colonial era, and is basically a cleaned-up and organized version of a typical Moroccan market (of which she has quite a few photos in the Marrakesh set). Feel free to look at her other photos in her flicker site here. I love the colors! She has a natural eye for artistic framing and light, these are just beautiful! In her photos, the archway shapes always remind me of the Tintin books.