A tree during christmas time, though not a spruce. Merry Christmas to all my followers! A daily countdown to Christmas, with eight photo posts, some are more, some are less “Christmas-like”. All pictures taken during this December.
Helsinki, Aleksanterinkatu, the main shopping street during December. Some of us are doing well, some are less lucky. The Finns might find similarities with the work of Kari, the icon for political cartoonist in Finland. His drawing was published 62 years … Continue reading
Today, on Christmas Eve, could this garden gnome transform himself into christmas elf? Let’s believe so — and those who believe it will meet him very soon! Unknown artist, but undoubtedly art! (Tuusula, Finland, June 2007) Art picture every day until 1 … Continue reading
Merry-go-round in Helsinki Christmas Market 2014 at Senate Square. (The video is made of four still images taken 18 December 2014. The carousel music is from http://www.freesound.org.)
December has been temperate in southern Finland. No snow, no ice. I took these three shots of the dark city three days ago. Three different subjects, three different postprocessing. The first image is a traditional Christmas time view to the … Continue reading
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Tagged christmas, Ferris wheel, Helsinki, Helsinki Cathedral, night, ship, street photography
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Half of Finland will have no snow this Christmas. According to the weather statistics, this is not unheard but still uncommon. This was not the case some years back, when the Christmas season in Helsinki was opened in a real … Continue reading
I photographed this beautiful Amaryllis this Christmas eve. The flower was sitting nicely in front of the window, and my wife pointed out, that it should be photographed. The picture of the flower is not manipulated. (I was told, that after … Continue reading
Thanks for following my 14 day Santa Claus show spanning over four generations. I will end it with a couple pictures – which are especially important for me this Christmas – from Christmas eve late 1950’s. See also -13, -12, -11, -10, -9, -8, -7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2 and -1. You … Continue reading