Forest

Finland is Europe’s most heavily-forested country. Forests cover 23 million hectares or 74.2% of the land area. There are about twenty indigenous tree species growing in Finland, the most common ones being pine (Pinus silvestris), spruce (Picea abies) and birch (Betula pendula and B. pubescens). Usually two or three tree species dominate a forest. Naturally…

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Movement!

I’m participating in LetsBeWild.com’s Wild Weekly Photo Challenge. This week’s Challenge is: Movement! I haven’t had time to  photograph lately, but I went thru my archives to find some movement… fish school – riptide – people at sea – kite surfer – waterfall.  

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Roska /Trash

Not my favorite topic, but this is what I came up with…unfortunately there is trash everywhere. I hope people will recycle a small effort to help the nature. The

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