An almost abstract composition scanned from a photo which I took with a NIKON FM, 80mm. lens, on 400 ASA Kodacolor film. It dates from a study-trip with my history class students of Franklin College, Lugano, Switzerland in 1972, when Tunisia was in the early stages of tourism under president Bourguiba. I called the photo then “In search of Paul Klee”. I happen to be great admirer of the Swiss artist. In 1914 Paul Klee, August Macke and Louis Moillet traveled through Tunisia: inspired by the exotic atmosphere of Tunisia, they created a renowned portfolio of paintings which became famous under the heading “Reise nach Tunis”. They are considered classic icons of expressionism.