geo-graphique:

«Water’s geometry»«Géométrie de l’eau»40x28cm drawing watercolor _ paper 75x55cm _ Fabrice Clapiès
A Burmese map of the world, showing traces of Medieval European map-making 
Found here (via bibliodyssey)
Map of the river Tigris.
From the Egyptian 11th century manuscript Kitāb Gharāʾib al-funūn wa-mulaḥ al-ʿuyūn (The Book of Curiosities of the Sciences and Marvels for the Eyes).
Found at BibliOdyssey.
Turkic World MapMahmud Kashgari’s map of the Turkic world from the late 11th century. North is on the left. The thick orange lines are mountains. Green is water.
Found here.
treeknot:

Matt Mullican  |  88 Maps
Title page from The Atlas of the United States Printed for the Use of the Blind by S.G. Howe, 1837. Found at David Rumsey Map Collection (via).
Vermont Mountains.Detail from The Atlas of the United States Printed for the Use of the Blind by S.G. Howe, 1837. Found at David Rumsey Map Collection (via).
City Chart by Matt Mullican.
Found here.
The weather today, 111 years ago.
Witterung des 2. Januar 1901, Heiterer, kühler Wintertag.
German weather map.Found here.
Horizon Notations. (XVI) Horizon, Mögliche Farben des Horizonts, Position, Himmelsrichtung, Externe Zentren I-VII.
By Jorinde Voigt found at but does it float.
World without water.
(Den Aardkloot van water ontbloot, na twee zijden aante sien.)Dutch, 1690.
Found here.
Around the World.
Found here.
Tony Rossi working on a Landsat map (circa 1976).
Found here.
Resources of Asia.
Found here.