In the first part of this Morocco travel series, I visit Marrakech with the hope of getting some vibrant and dynamic travel photos.

As I only had half a day in this beautiful city, I had to make the best use of my time and be selective about the places visited. I started with a visit to the Jewish Quarter – one of the oldest of its kind in the country and known for its rich variety of spices, herbs and tea merchants.

The next visit was to the beautiful Bahia Palace where I got some of my favourite images of the day. I then visited the Medina to capture some detailed photos of the various stalls before finally catching the sunset overlooking the Jemaa el-Fnaa square.

In the video, I talk a little bit about each composition and offer some tips to help you get the most out of a visit to Marrakech. I hope you enjoy watching it! If you do, it would mean a lot if you could like and subscribe.