I had the pleasure of visiting Morocco several years ago. I especially loved the ancient city of Fes, with its dark twisting alleyways. At the time, I was mostly doing landscape and wildlife photography, and always shied away from photographing people, but Morocco forced me out of my comfort zone, and it was there that I learned to love street photography (I guess we call it "travel" photography when it happens in an exotic location, and "street" photography when it happens closer to home). Personally, I believe that you grow most as an artist when you cross over into new genres, because it forces you to see the world in a different way. Strangely enough, I've found that I approach street photography like a landscape photographer, and a little bit of my street techniques have worked their way into my landscape shooting. Canon 70D, Tamron 16-300mm lens, ISO 400, f/8, 1/13 second. You can learn more about my street photography techniques in my ebook Taking it to the Streets.