2. lcyungsoos:

    50/365 (by nijntjee)

    Nostalgia here presents as ugly shades of concrete. The thing I first noticed about Japan that wasn’t exotic, just different, was how ugly most of their modern buildings were…

    (These buildings aren’t bad, they just remind me of that…)

    (via shusu)

  4. Like maybe, you look different and more yourself to people who will never see you again.

    (Source: imisshowitwasbefore, via aplacetobegreen)

  6. m-ty:

    (by joycetsin)

    Makes me think of train rides further out into the Yonezawa countryside…

    (via shusu)


  8. goodfuckingcoffee:

    packs 2 hours before leaving for a trip

    unpacks 3 months after coming home

    TCK problems.

    (via impurest)

  9. I’m back East, actually!

    My brother got married Saturday, and we made a two-week trip out of that, since our extended family all lives up this way.

    I had thought that maybe I could go down your way to Bartram’s Garden since I was this far already, but I’ve been thinking it unlikely so didn’t say anything…

    Found a great little historical place to explore yesterday, though: Longfellow’s Wayside Inn! And the Grist Mill built near it, which is originally a demo mill, BUT built by Henry Ford when he acquired the inn, so. Historic in its own way.

    Please, here, have some more aesthetically pleasing photographs from my trip XD


    a while back when I was in London, my friend and I tracked down some Sherlock locations and I took printed pictures with me to catch the exact scene.

    North Gower Street, Russell Square Gardens, Northumberland Street, China Town, ST Bart's Hospital, Eaton Square London.

    by farbenfrei & FB       

    This is the tour of London I want, actually. Sherlock makes the city alive as it is now, instead of as the historic icon or whatever…

    (via booksandbuttonups)