Sjundby river in winter. What a beautiful and photogenic place
In my memories I am Still at Chapora river in India. the colorful houses, boats, they fit. Here in Finland I think these colors look too bright, vibrant, but over there…just perfect. I took so many photos of these fishing boat. Most likely you will be, enough is enough.
Modern windows – in white and blue
A day late and a dollar short- but wine always helps
Wow,half way into November, this morning was so dark and the ground was covered in black ice, but fortunately I just had to walk to my car – less than 50 meters so I did not fall down. Later the day this wonderful thing called sun made it’s appearance too. I am counting the days as it is not that common to have that many sunny days at this time it of the year. That is not a fact statement, more like my own observation. I work full time so I have to take photos near our office. All around us, there are construction site’s and high cranes so those are my spotting’s for today
Walking back to the office from lunch I had to photograph this wonder once again (sun).
Helsinki in November sunlight
The reflection on a train window – not something I get to photograph that often or that it would come to my mind to do so, but it is November. And the sun was shining again today. That is a wow factor for sure!
As we walked around the island, we came across this swan nesting her eggs. We made sure we did not go too close as they might leave the nest if you go too near the nest.
The female swan nests alone. The male is guarding the nest or is eating somewhere further away. The female rarely leaves the eggs during this month’s nesting time. So it’s virtually not eating of for four weeks. Even when the female leaves for a small distance to get something from the edible from the bottom of the sea it covers its eggs so they do not cool too much.