Posts Categorized: Tunisia

Couleurs Du Maghreb VIII

Sidi Bou Saïd, Tunisia This is the last installment of my images from Sidi Bou Saïd. That cold and windy afternoon offered some wonderful sceneries. This was certainly not the typical tourist season weather, but I had a much more private and quiet time than if I’d have to share the streets with the summer’s… Read more »

Couleurs Du Maghreb VII

Sidi Bou Saïd, Tunisia After a lot of deliberation, it seems that both backup and restore measures were successful. There are some issues left with the galleries, but these are consequences of a gallery software update and I have to resolve these manually. It turned out that my old strategy of distributing services was successful… Read more »

Couleurs Du Maghreb VI

Sidi Bou Saïd, Tunisia Blog note: This blog suffers since months from degrading performance, culminating in suspension of service because of allegiated overusage of ressources twice this week. I am taking the necessary steps and search for a better hosting. This consumes time however, and a solution probably will not be at hand within days…. Read more »

Couleurs Du Maghreb IV

Sidi Bou Saïd, Tunisia Walking up the main road of Sidi Bou Saïd, a former religious and then artist’s village, leads invariably to the Café des Nattes (here in the background), the place where August Macke had created one of his most renowned aquarels. The image here is from the blog Art and Architecture, which… Read more »