It’s a tradition in Western Coast of Finland to ignite bonfires on the Easter Saturday. I saw this one for the first time in my life in Kajaani where we were spending vacation. The atmosphere was nice, but quite freezing.
I was visiting Anna & Tuomo in Hämeenlinna in the end of July. We went to the shores of near Katumajärvi lake at 3am for a night walk. There was a unbroken silence, except some birds.
The Tampere Christmas Market today. It has been a long time since my previous photo upload. I’m building at the moment a new blog, which is focused to analog photography. Stay tuned and Merry Christmas!
Tako carton factory is the only still used industrial complex left on the banks of Tammerkoski falls. Let’s hope shareholders still let the mill run and keep traditions alive.
Särkänniemi amusement park and western Tampere shooted from the Lapinniemi.
This is my first shot published on Leikkipuisto blog. I hope in the future I can also bring you as much as possible interesting pieces of my life and vicinity.
Campfire, unconventional jokes and cheap whiskey bottle. This is why we have been at Naamat festival last seven years.
This gate leads to the Frenckell factory site, the first paper mill on Finland (founded 1842).
A piece of Finnish national architecture, the old Frenckell and Finlayson textile factories in the heart of Tampere.