National Geographic : 1935 Jun
© National Geographic Society A RINGING BELL HERALDS THE WATER VENDER Through the streets of Fez he goes, hugging under his arm his wet water bag of goatskin with the hair left on. In one hand he carries his bell; in the other his cups or bowls. Behind him plashes a fountain in a bowl carved from a rock 2,000 years ago. Autochromes Lumiere byM.Flandrin YOUNG ARAB GIRLS WEAVE RUGS OFVIVID HUES Busily their fingers flyover thewarp and woof onacrude oldloom, while a pot of Morocco's sweet teabrews attheir elbow. The rugs are colorful, though some are alittle coarse. Many weavers still usevege table dyes.