Last week you saw the first glimpse of doors from Tartu, Estonia. Here’s a few more!
This week the Daily Post encourages bloggers to find a face in the crowd. On my recent trip to Milan, I managed to convince hubby to visit the Monumental Cemetery with me. There, these statues were just a face in the crowd. xx
It’s always a joy to discover new doors on my travels. I usually display doors from Tallinn, Estonia but for once I have another city to show you – Tartu!
I haven’t taken part in The Daily Post’s photo challenge for a while and started missing it. This week you are encouraged to find something or someone sweet to share. I decided to look at some sweet stuff from Tanzania.
This week’s photo challenge is all about corners.
In summer, many Finns live a transient lifestyle, moving from place to place by boat. xx
Yesterday I made my way to the Roihuvuori neighbourhood to catch a glimpse of the evanescent cherry blossoms at the Kirsikkapuisto (Cherry Park). There’s not many places to see sakura in Helsinki and if you are not quick to go when the flowers have bloomed, you might miss the whole event!
Last summer our last stop on our three week sailing trip was an island in Estonia called Naissaar. The island used to be a military base, ensuring security for whoever happened to be the ruler on Estonian land since the 1730s.
As you walk along the Aleksanterinkatu street in Helsinki, you surely won’t miss the grand building where the department store Aleksi 13 is located.
Uunisaari island in January … More Uunisaari Island in Winter Darkness