Posts tagged ‘lapinjärvi’
Fireweed in evening glory. Lappträsk, Finland. July 2018. The header says it all – shit comes around…and climate change is making it more severe and more visible to us all. No swimming anymore in mid-july in the gulf of Finland due to cyanobacteria bloom.... (more)
Winter – my love – you pass too fast for me…But I indeed have enjoyed your stay in every breath. The glittering snow on the fields – the packed snow in the trees – the... (more)
The summer passed quickly – sometimes I get the feeling that the summer never happened actually this year. Time flies when you are having fun they say, and I have to admit it is true. Many experiences richer I am happy that I have taken the time to... (more)
This year we celebrate the Finnish independence – 100 years! We at Professional Natur Photographers of Finland – Suomen Ammattiluontokuvaajat are celebrating big time with a big competition – Minunmaisemani. Please feel free to join the competition with your own vision of our beautiful country! At least I try to take some true Finnish landscapes every... (more)
I just feel so alive when the cold front creeps over the country. The beauty of the crystals, the ice, the snow, the light – everything feels magical. I feel privileged to live in a country with four seasons and I really enjoy it when we have them all during the year – it is... (more)
Beautiful things last for just a short moment – the magic of a photograph is to catch the disappearing beauty. In this case the disappearing snow. Merry Christmas to all of you out there!