March 20, 2012 by Debra Kolkka
Soon spring will visit Helsinki and the snow will be gone. I think the covering of snow looks very pretty.
When I go back everything will be green.
Posted in Seasons | Tagged Finland, Helsinki, photography, seasons, snow, travel | 12 Comments
How beautiful. My dream is to visit Scandinavia in the winter, to see the snow coat, and stay till spring. Awaiting your spring pictures!
Helsinki is beautiful in spring.
Great photos, I love the bikes in a row. That’s a pretty serious amount of snow!
The snow became much deeper after I left. I think it is beautiful, but it could make everyday living more complicated. The city deals very well with the snow, they have equipment in place to free up the streets and footpaths.
When a beautiful city and beautiful sculptures meet with snow… Can’t be more beautiful than these photographs… Thank you dear Debra, with my love, nia
Helsinki is a very beautiful city. I love my visit s there.
Snow is like changing the accessories on a favourite outfit. It gives a place a completely different mood.
Coming from Brisbane, where one season is much like another, I find this delightful
I think so too.
Hi Debra! I love to see my home town tru your eyes. I know foreigners are very impressed how we can survive all that snow. But Canadians have even more!
After 4 months of snow you´ll hate it. Believe me. The worst part of Finland is much too long winter and much too short summer. But I still love Finland.
I’m sure I would become very sick of the snow if I had to live with it for months, but for short visits it is beautiful.
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