Mentor Series Trek: Morocco In April, Mentor Series trekkers went on a photographic adventure in north Africa. Published May 11, 2010 11:27 PM Galleries SHARE **Pop Photo Workshops: Mentor Series ** There is no better, faster way to enhance your visual creativity, increase your photographic skills, tap into the knowledge base of seasoned professional photographers, and experience the camaraderie and passion of fellow photo enthusiasts than signing up for a Nikon-sponsored Mentor Series Photo Trek. Acclaimed by experts and participants as the most effective, enlightening, and enjoyable events of their kind, they provide a unique hands-on learning experience devoid of daily distractions-a total immersion course in visual expression wrapped in a seamlessly organized, carefree, once-in-a-lifetime photographic experience.** ** ** Click Here For A List Of All Upcoming Treks ** Alex Robles Sahara Desert by Alex Robles. Djemaa el Fna by Alex Robles. Moroccan street by Brian Zupunski. Moroccan family by Brian Zupunski. Sahara camels by Jesse Garrido. Essaouira by Alex Robles. Kasbah by Alex Robles. Morocco dishes by Brian Zupunski. Sahara Desert by Brian Zupunski. City of Fes by Denise Hurst. Moroccan bike by Denise Hurst. Moroccan lanterns by Denise Hurst. Camel by Elisabetta Citterio. Essaoui by Elisabetta Citterio. Fes Overlook by Elisabetta Citterio. Kasba by Elisabetta Citterio. Moroccan Vendor by Elisabetta Citterio. Moroccan Souq by Elisabetta Citterio. Moroccan culture by Elisabetta Citterio. Sahara Desert by Elisabetta Citterio. Moroccan books by Jesse Garrido. Moroccan panning by Jesse Garrido. Moroccan square by Jesse Garrido Morocco Cityscape by Jesse Garrido. MORE TO READ RELATED Check out these incredible images from the 2021 Audubon Photography Awards These winning images from the 2021 Audubon Photography Awards show birds in all their glory. READ NOW RELATED 10 iconic photographs worthy of your wall right now Bring fine art home with these wall decor... RELATED Stunning photos from the Smithsonian’s 17th annual photo competition revealed Bathing monkeys, squabbling birds, and more.