greetings from Helsinki, Finland!


It’s autumn here! Beautiful and the air is fresh! aaaah…. 🙂

 

September in Helsinki, Finland by BLOGitse

 

 

September in Helsinki, Finland by BLOGitse

 

 

September in Helsinki, Finland by BLOGitse

 

 

September in Helsinki, Finland by BLOGitse

 

 

September in Helsinki, Finland by BLOGitse

 

 

September in Helsinki, Finland by BLOGitse

 

 

21 thoughts on “greetings from Helsinki, Finland!”

  1. What a fabulous break for you! I know how great it is to see trees and grass after a long absence. It’s so rejuvenating! I especially love the second and the third images from the top. Both compositions are so inviting. I’d love to step in there and take a stroll, smell the grass, and feel the leaves crackling underfoot…

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    • Thanks Tina!
      More pics will come when I have time to shoot and post them!
      I’ve been too busy but at the weekend I should have some time for blogging! 🙂

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  2. Beautiful photos! Trees are just beginning to change colors here, and today is a spectacularly refreshing one with wonderful breezes.

    The Rowan tree is really something…it looks so loaded with berries!

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    • It’s been great to be able to walk and enjoy fresh air! 🙂 but I’ve been/will be very busy organizing things…
      Birds are happy – they have a lot to eat! 🙂

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    • Yes, yes, yes! Not cold yet. I have right clothes plus it’s been sunny and will be quite good next week too. How lucky I am…ay, ay, ay! 🙂

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  3. Is that a flowering tree? not fruit?
    I see you did a text box for the SUMO thing (I’ll need to check that out). You should do one for the other bladge or button.

    Visiting the homeland? I’m guessing Morocco doesn’t have much of a fall season.

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    • That tree is Rowan > ROWAN This is the time when those trees are full of heavy of berries for birds to eat. From Wiki “The berries of European Rowan (Sorbus aucuparia) can be made into a slightly bitter jelly which in Britain is traditionally eaten as an accompaniment to game, and into jams and other preserves, on their own, or with other fruits. The berries can also be a substitute for coffee beans, and have many uses in alcoholic beverages: to flavour liqueurs and cordials, to produce country wine, and to flavour ale. In Austria a clear rowan berry schnapps is distilled which is called by its German name Vogelbeer.”
      In Casa it will be cold but not as cold as in Finland but it’s cold inside (and in summer it’s hot/too warm) plus humid…But I have a lot of clothes and woolen socks! 🙂

      I don’t have time to do the other button now but when back in Casa I’ll try…

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    • Pari viikkoa mutta saattaa venahtaa pidemmaksikin, riippuu miten asiat hoituvat…Ihanaa kun voi kavella jalkakaytavilla ja katuja voi ylittaa normaalilla tarkkaavaisuudella… 🙂

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