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Window on the World: Stone Town, Zanzibar

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The last in my Window on the World response to the Weekly Photo Challenge.   The bright morning sun through this window caught my eye when I was in Stone Town last March.

More photos in this Window on the World series:

Sankhu village in Nepal

Charleston, South Carolina 

Rabat, Morocco

Gvarv in Telemark, Norway

Machu Picchu, Peru

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Author: humanrightswarrior

Human rights lawyer, wife and mother of three. Not necessarily in that order.

4 thoughts on “Window on the World: Stone Town, Zanzibar

  1. Beautiful interplay of color, design elements, and shadow play.

  2. I love the light shining on the wall. It reminds of the beauty and many faces of Zanzibar. It is a complicated place. There are the stunning resorts and just down the road, towns with no electricity, but with beautiful people.

    • Zanzibar is indeed a fascinating and complicated place with a rich (and complicated) history. I actually did not visit any of the resorts as I was there to meet with organizations providing legal services. But I am definitely familiar with the contrast you describe. Thanks so much for your comment!

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