Andreas Narfstrom may still be mad but he still takes great pictures.
Ifni is a former Spanish enclave within Morocco about which the internet knows frighteningly little. Apparently it was the site of a relatively recent but forgotten war. Wikipedia has the population in excess of 50,000 in the 1960s, and this untouched by human hands and likely previously unseen page has it as under 2000 now.
Go Andy! Everyone else, if you have it to spare, consider dropping something in his tip jar.