Misty Helsinki


About Olli Laasanen

Eyes and ears open. New and old. Jobs and hobbies. Pictures and music. Entertaining and serious. Change and stability. Nature and urban.
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2 Responses to Misty Helsinki

  1. rigbyte says:

    So, while from the warmth of my desk this scene seems romantic, in reality it is cold and damp and unpleasant – unless you have a cosy warm house to return to. It looks like a rather grand apartment block or administrative building on the right behind the trees.
    Whoever designed the rubbish bins didn’t have much of an eye for aesthetics. In Bavaria they’d have dressed them up as old gnarled tree stumps. ūüôā
    The tree in the foreground still has leaves – is it an oak?.

    • Luckily our homes in Finland are warm. ūüėČ The big building at the background is one of the older high-end residential buildings in Helsinki next to the see. – I believe the trees are lindens, not oaks.

      (Please note, that I moved part of your commend – about burning wood – to the relevant, earlier post.)

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