humble mumble.

about / tags / ask / random

hi, i'm nuri. this is my fandom/everyday life tumblr. i talk a lot in tags and my posts are all over the place. ask is always open.

Showing posts tagged with “instagram”

life received. (at The Tabernacle)

landing back in london. adeus, lisboa! you were fun; i will surely return.

landing back in london. adeus, lisboa! you were fun; i will surely return.

last time crossing the ponte vasco da gama back to alcochete where i was staying. longest bridge in europe at just under 11 miles.

last time crossing the ponte vasco da gama back to alcochete where i was staying. longest bridge in europe at just under 11 miles.

love how colorful this city is.

love how colorful this city is.

a few more pics from my last couple of days in lisbon. steps on a tiny, curvy street in the alfama district.

a few more pics from my last couple of days in lisbon. steps on a tiny, curvy street in the alfama district.

torre de belém, view from the top.

torre de belém, view from the top.

torre de belém, a beautiful, huge watchtower overlooking the tagus river. the weather was dismal, the waters were choppy, my feet got soaked crossing the bridge, climbed the narrowest winding stairs ever to get to the top. it was awesome.

torre de belém, a beautiful, huge watchtower overlooking the tagus river. the weather was dismal, the waters were choppy, my feet got soaked crossing the bridge, climbed the narrowest winding stairs ever to get to the top. it was awesome.

carmen by joana vasconcelos.

carmen by joana vasconcelos.

tropicália by joana vasconcelos.

tropicália by joana vasconcelos.

joana vasconcelos’ solo show at the palácio nacional da ajuda showcased her work among all the 19th century decadence of the portuguese royal family. after awhile, her very modern work started to feel like it had always been there. these photos won’t do it justice, but it’s definitely my fave exhibition i’ve seen here.

joana vasconcelos’ solo show at the palácio nacional da ajuda showcased her work among all the 19th century decadence of the portuguese royal family. after awhile, her very modern work started to feel like it had always been there. these photos won’t do it justice, but it’s definitely my fave exhibition i’ve seen here.