The Suitcase Blog

Apr 12

norun-ala-nur:

faraa—faraway:

5centsapound:

Pascal Meunier: Damascus, Syria (1997)

~remembering Damascus during peace time~

Syria is so beautiful subhanAllah <3

(via frommadon)

Apr 12

(Source: fashionglamourstyleluxury, via timespentwandering)

plasmatics:

Port Of Reine | Norway by Max Rive
Apr 10

plasmatics:

Port Of Reine | Norway by Max Rive

(via plasmatics-life)

Apr 7

(via rollership)

grett:

Takeoffs &amp; Landings by Kike Medina on Flickr.
Apr 6

grett:

Takeoffs & Landings by Kike Medina on Flickr.

(via c1tylight5)

tooweirdto-live-toorareto-die:

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Apr 6

tooweirdto-live-toorareto-die:

(Source: weheartit.com, via timespentwandering)

Apr 6

(Source: weheartit.com, via timespentwandering)

plasmatics-life:

Dervish Monastery | Bosnia &amp; Herzegovina  by Emir Terovic
Apr 5

plasmatics-life:

Dervish Monastery | Bosnia & Herzegovina by Emir Terovic

(via plasmatics-life)

plasmatics-life:

Shanghai City ~ (by Jörg Dickmann Photography)
Apr 5

plasmatics-life:

Shanghai City ~ (by Jörg Dickmann Photography)

plasmatics:

Hong Kong Nights by Chris Zielecki
Apr 5

plasmatics:

Hong Kong Nights by Chris Zielecki

(via plasmatics-life)

Apr 5

rollership:

karyuu12:65’ by 14’ tower forest house made of stone, wood and glass, and a copper roof, the house is in tune with nature. Architecture and interior design by Nancy Copley who was the designer and owner of this house.

I need to get me one of these too….it’s like a modern hanok :D

Llamas!

rollership:

Thaïlande_NV7 107 (via photigule)(via nemoi)
Apr 5

rollership:

Thaïlande_NV7 107 (via photigule)

(via nemoi)

Apr 3

(via ripopentheuniverse)

"She loved him in her bones, She thought she always would. But you can’t climb mountains With bones as fragile as that."

- And oh, she longed for those mountains. (via shewhofightswithmonsters)

Apr 3
mapsontheweb:

San Serriffe is a fictional island nation created for April Fools’ Day, 1977, by Britain’s Guardian newspaper.
An elaborate description of the nation, using puns and plays on words relating to typography (such as “sans-serif” and names of common fonts), was reported as legitimate news. Because typographic terminology had not yet spread through widespread use of desktop publishing and word processing software, these jokes were easily missed by the general public, and many readers were fooled.
Apr 2

mapsontheweb:

San Serriffe is a fictional island nation created for April Fools’ Day, 1977, by Britain’s Guardian newspaper.

An elaborate description of the nation, using puns and plays on words relating to typography (such as “sans-serif” and names of common fonts), was reported as legitimate news. Because typographic terminology had not yet spread through widespread use of desktop publishing and word processing software, these jokes were easily missed by the general public, and many readers were fooled.

(Source: geog.ucsb.edu)