Meknes Royal Stables in Morocco were built by despot Moulay Ismail to provide palatial accommodation for his beloved horses. They numbered 12,000, and each of them had its very own groom and slave to tend to all its needs. It is even said that, after a horse had completed a journey to Mecca, slaves were forced to catch its urine in a bowl, as even the earth was too undeserving for the horse to urinate on.
A secret space in an abandoned casbah in Ait Ben Haddou, Morocco. ©Annie Wright Photography
Local guide near Agdz, Southern Morocco. ©Annie Wright Photography
With Bert Hogervorst of the Flying Hippo in Meknes, Morocco. ©Annie Wright Photography
Helpful directions in Ouazazate, Morocco's Hollywood. ©Annie Wright
Travelling ted Alfie deep in the Sahara and wondering where on earth he left his whiskey supply... ©Annie Wright. Djellaba by House of Diana.