Mistä Pekka Kuusisto keksiikään kaiken – ja ehtii vielä olla mukana niin monessa? Tällä viikolla Tuusulanjärven ympärillä on ollut hänen johtamansa Meidän Festivaali, musiikki- ja taidetapahtuma, joka tarjoaa “jokaiselle jotakin”. Olin eilen seuraamassa Nykytaidetta kävelykonsertissa -tapahtumaa Kallio-Kuninkalassa Järvenpäässä. Siinä yhdistettiin nykymusiiki … Continue reading
The archipelago of Croatia on the eastern side of the Adriatic Sea is simply beautiful. There are over thousand islands, from tiny rocks to several hundred square kilometers, mostly formed of sharp-edged karst. I took these pictures in the city of Hvar and … Continue reading
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Tagged Adriatic Sea, colors, Hvar, landscape, Mediterranean Sea, night
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The European Parliament might destroy photography as we know it by taking away the Freedom of Panorama. That means public buildings and other works of art in public spaces will have a copyright and you need…
The walk on the walls of the Old Town of Dubrovnik, Croatia offers interesting views.
Today the Old Town of Dubrovnik on the shore of Adriatic Sea is backed with tourists, but during autumn 1991, the Old Town was a battle scene. In June 1991 Croatia has declared independence from Yugoslavia, leading to over four … Continue reading
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The 50th Pori Jazz is going right now. There are only two persons, who have played in the first 47 festivals from 1966 to 2012: Reino Laine (b. 1946), a Finnish drummer and Ted Curson (1935-2012), an American trumpetist. Ted Curson … Continue reading
Ok, this is a bit “paparazzish” post, but I have to show evidence that even Santa Claus – maybe the most famous Finn – enjoys summer holiday. I spotted him in sunny and warm Hvar, a lovely city and island in Croatia a couple … Continue reading
Last week we had an exceptionally rainy day in Helsinki. I had a photo shooting job near the Old Market Hall, a job which I had to do though the timing was far from perfect. On the way I met this lady, … Continue reading