[divider]Context[/divider] Image I. a glance bacK Image II. On top of the World Image III. Blue Canoes Image IV. Redemption Image V. boy&ocean [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Contributed by Anna Conn

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[divider]In Brief[/divider] This minimalist set includes 36 vibrantly-colored pencils in a handy recycled cardboard storage tube. The pencils are made of Cedar. Muji doesn’t mess around.   [divider]Where to Find It[/divider] MUJI  

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[divider]Context[/divider] Though much of the Middle Eastern region is arid, I still found life springing from the rocks around Jordan’s Ajloun Castle and, months later, in the walls of Morocco’s blue city, Chefchaouen. [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Contributed by Julia Watkins

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[divider]Context[/divider] For one week, I stayed with a Moroccan family in the village of Ait-Ouahi, where the nearest landmark is a local water bottling plant.  My host father was outdoors working with his livestock each morning by 5 a.m. [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Contributed by Julia Watkins

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For four months, I called Morocco’s capitol city of Rabat home. Situated on the Atlantic coast, Rabat’s vibe is part parliamentary formal, part surfer chic. [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Contributed by Julia Watkins

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[divider]Context[/divider] The ancient Jordanian city of Petra may date back to 312 BC, but the views that await those who trek to the top are timeless. [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Contributed by Julia Watkins

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[divider]Context[/divider] Morocco is famous for its beautiful architecture, particularly the doors that grace the fronts of its mosques, mountain villas, palaces, courtyards, and more. [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Contributed by Julia Watkins

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[divider]Context[/divider] I spent a week traveling through the southernmost parts of Morocco. Along the way, I meandered through the Middle Atlas mountains, stopped in the fishing village of Essaouira, and watched the sunset and rise from atop a camel. Camels aren’t at all comfortable, but they do have very squishy feet. [divider]The Photographer[/divider] Contributed by Juila …

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