South Court Street in days of yore. Note Whipple and Sipher sign on far right.

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  2. Fabian Says:

    Superb work. It is exciting to see Morocco in color. My faehtr lived in and photographed Morocco 1953-1954 in black and white. He and my mother had a great time. They were given the royal treatment as we had just liberated Morocco from the Nazis during World War II. The people, the country and the architecture were incredible to experience and record back then. It is great to see that there is so much beauty still there and that someone like yourself with such a good eye can obtain images that do justice to such an interesting culture.

  3. Gopika Says:

    Frank…that’s a Schmincke Half Pan Watercolor Pocket Set. It’s nice and small, with only 12 corlos. I took some corlos out and added others. I clip the set to the facing page of the Moleskine watercolor book, and tape the water cup to the Schmincke pan, so the whole thing can be held in the left hand. I’ve had disasters where an untaped cup of water dumps all over the sketchbook.Good luck, and I love your work.

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