Black and white – Cold or Hot I am going with COLD. These are from Siuntio in southern Finland on a a cold winter day.
Last view from our room to the mountains lit by the morning light
The reflections on the main entrance door are rather good
numbers on the wall at the hotel
reflections on our hotel in Las Vegas
Sjundby river in winter. What a beautiful and photogenic place
Next place, Melbourne, first stop is Flinders Street Station. Opened on September 12th 1854, Flinders Street Station was the first railway station built in any Australian city. I especially liked the fixture of the station’s façade, the clocks date back to the 1860s and continue to display departure times today.
We made it here, days have been so busy and long that the idea of doing a post did not even cross my mind. Here are some shots . I will be posting better quality photos when I m back home. here are few shots from Sydney
My feet are killing me. We have used the tram, ferry, underground and a taxi and walked around the city. All photos with the mobile phone.
Long long day and a sleepless flight, but here we are landed in Hong Kong.
Music to beat November, Manhattan transfer in consert
Imagine a historic Italian estate in a spectacular subtropical setting and you’ll begin to imagine Vizcaya! Built as the private winter home of American businessman James Deering in the early 1900s. Sneak peek of this gorgeous place.
Key Biscayne lighthouse
Some history, we visited Hemingway’s house. Here’s few shots from there.
Trying to capture Christmas spirit at a church concert in Mikael Agricola Church. Theme still being Blue anf white
Mikael Agricola Church (Finnish: Mikael Agricolan kirkko, is a Lutheran church located in the Punavuori district of Helsinki, Finland. It was designed by Lars Sonck and built between 1933 and 1935. The church was inaugurated on 14 April 1935.
The church is made of red bricks. The tower of the church is 97 meters high, the top reaching up to 103 meters above sea level. The 30-meter spike of the tower can be retracted if necessary as it fits inside the tower structure. This was done in the Winter War and the Continuation War so that the tower wouldn’t act as a navigational aid to enemy bombers.
I have been very, very lazy in participating in Monochrome Madness and as the photos there are always so gorgeous, I am also very disappointed of my laziness. This week , well, here is my post for the challenge. I visited French Riviera early October and this is taken at there. This Original version can be found in color in by previous post Villefranche sur mer -rue Obscure