In her essay "On Photography" Susan Sontag wrote:
camera's rendering of reality must always hide more than it discloses."One can get deceived if images belonging to only one context (such as travel photographs, often focused on cultural differences which I call signs of "The Exotic") are main source of information on a subject (such as Morocco). There are other possible visual representations of the very same place(s). Every image is an interpretation and as such, it can't be more correct (in terms of it's relationship to the objective reality) than any other.