That was quiet an interesting experience. I’m not even going to mention the horrible working conditions in the clay shop (children aged 5 were working in smoke); the place was frightful.
I am proud of my High School students ceramic project. They had to overcome a lot of obstacles, get use to the idea that clay is not an IPhone, and they really have to put some effort into pushing and pulling, squeezing and rolling clay in order to mold it into interesting shapes.
Here are the endless beautiful dishes of all forms an shapes which I found on my trip in Morocco. I was impressed by the variety of tagines. Tagine is very inspiring: I love the unique shape of it and the idea of all possible tasty dishes prepared in it.