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I noticed one of the workers at this tannery in Fes, Morocco adding his own splash of ‘colour’ in the dyeing area.
Olympus E-5f4.5S1/1600ISO250 – too bright but no time to adjust!
tannery, dye vats, fes, morocco, man
LOL that is gold!!! :)))
At the I thought it was very strange Kylie as he was right under my nose but after reading Garth’s comment I guess it does make sense!
Great pic Jodie.It makes sense though. Urine has been traditionally used in the tanning process for centuries maybe even millenia – along with faeces, animal brains and other wonderful items.
Thanks Garth, I guess now that you have pointed it out it this scene does make sense, no wonder people have problems getting the smell out some of the handbags and shoes.
Congratulations lol only you only you.. but historically it used to be a penny a bucket in London for the used water lol
I didn’t choreograph this – I just looked down and saw him – hey real life lol! Glad you found it amusing and thanks for the feature – a penny a bucket :)