A traditional tannery in the old town of Fez, Morocco

Category: Sense of Place

 

Photo and caption by yair gazitt

This photograph depicts a group of men working in a traditional tannery in the old town of Fez, Morocco. This thousand years old skin processing factory contains a skin/hide cleaning, bating, tanning & drying huts, and coloring vats, ending with ready to export leather purses & coats. Photo was taken on October 2010 with a Nikon D5000 camera equipped with a 55-200 zoom lenses. Not edited.

Location: A tannery in the old town of Fez, Morocco

 

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