Wells in the Desert

Marty CohenMorocco3 Comments

Overland to Tineghir we came to a series of wells in the desert that draw from a spring below. Water is used by Berbers for drinking and irrigation of farmland nearby. I was intrigued by the simplicity and creativity of the design to bring the water up from below, which is shown in the photos below.

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3 Comments on “Wells in the Desert”

  1. When we saw it, I loved that something so functional can be so simple and beautiful . . . a working piece of art. Everything we use should be made that way!

  2. That is so very cool. I love the color of the rope. It is amazing how so many things we have made complicated and they can happen in a very simple way.

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