I mentioned previously that Morocco has lots of cats. It is quite the symbiotic relationship. Cats kill mice and rats, so they are allowed to roam freely. In the blue city of Chefchaouen, they are truly everywhere. My wife, Karen, counted up to 200 in the couple of days we were there.
And fortunately those free-roaming, furry felines are friendly and photogenic. (Sorry, I am a sucker for silly alliteration). I will eventually put up a portfolio of just Moroccan cats, because I have too many images of them to post. But I will post some the next few days.
1st image: Five cats in blue alley, Chefchaouen, Morocco. Canon 1Dx. 5omm. ISO 1000. f/11 at 1/100 second. EV +1.
2nd image: Cat in blue alley, Chefchaouen, Morocco. Canon 1Dx. 50mm. ISO 800. f/5.6 @ 1/400 second.
3rd image: Cats in blue alley with man in djellaba walking past, Chefchaouen, Morocco. Canon 1Dx. 50mm. ISO 1000. f/8 at 1/320 second.