January 13, 2014 by Debra Kolkka
I never miss an opportunity to walk beside the water at Toolonlahti. In December 2013 it was unusually warm and there was no snow.
On another day the light was completely different.
Posted in Helsinki sites, Seasons | Tagged Finland, Helsinki, photography, seasons, travel, winter | 13 Comments
Such a pleasant waltk it looks like…
I try to go every day when I am in Helsinki. It is always beautiful.
I’m ready for a walk….the lighting sure makes a difference in how things appear.
It is amazing how different it looks on different days.
what a beautiful views you captured, fascinated me. Thank you, love, nia
It is a beautiful area of Helsinki.
Debra , hei
I enjoyed your pictures very much. They appeal very much to me now, as we are struggling with 43c heat here in the Melbourne area.
Isae Ed Bakker
It was a lot less than 43 degrees in Helsinki! I went to school with a Madelen Bakker. I wonder if you are related.
It has cooled down a bit. Magdelen , no relation sorry. I was born in Holland , hence the name Bakker
Father Ed Bakker Anglican Catholic Church / Original Province Mission of Saint Aidan of Lindisfarne Bendigo – Victoria – Australia
Those (beech, I think?) trees always look great hanging over water. Top photo is especially good…oh, and happy new year, Debra!
Happy New Year to you too. I’m not sure what the trees are. The only ones I know are the birch trees.
Lovely photos Deb.
I love my visits to Helsinki.
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