Low clouds over Pyhäjärvi in Kontiola. A thunderstorm is approaching.
The farm is small. Four wooden houses and a barn.
The road is not slippery even though it is covered by a thick layer of dry snow.
The lake is frozen now and a thick layer of snow stops the noises that the ice layers makes. Cracks, pangs, and bubbling sound between water and ice. The snow is like a blanket that puts everything on hold until the temperature starts to rise, the days will get longer, and spring will push to open the door of the winter.
Over the years when passing by this wooden house near Kontiola, I have wondered whether it is abandoned or not. I
Some of the photos in this blog are not linked to the blog post I write. That is because I do not have the camera with me at all times. I am reviewing the photos I took in the end of the year in Eastern Finland, while getting on with life here in Tampere. Early in the morning on Friday, I was out for the morning walk with our dog. I went to the park […]
Two photos of a forest road in Kontiola, Estern Finland
The first day of the year. I am bed with running nose and maybe some temperature. The home C19 kit test gave a Neg result. I asked my daughters to take some photos when they went cross country skiing on the lake. The light must have been magical. In the cottage I watched a nice documentary about Italy at Euro 2020. Good memories and an emotional watching Gianluca Vialli reading to the team a quote […]
Read this quite from the head of NASA: ‘We are all citizens of planet hearth.‘ Let’s stop messing up with the planet. Let’s look forward. Happy new year to all of you, wherever you are.