It has been a while since I participated in a photo challenge. I recently stumbled upon the Lens-Artists Challenge, which is a spiritual successor to the discontinued WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge. Here is my take on the challenge #73 – COLD.
A view Turku Market Square as it was in summer 2015. The square is currently being renovated, and a new parking facility is being built underground. The Hamburger Börs hotel is closed and will be demolished.
In response to Leanne Coles’s Photo Challenge 3 – WATER. You can find all my entries in the LCP Photo Challenge category.
Medieval stone church in Halikko, Finland. The church was constructed in the 15th century and extended in the 19th century. The current bell tower was built in 1773. The view is from the north-west. [Source: Halikon seurakunta – Halikon kirkko]
Grilling whitefish In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Story”. You can find all my photo challenge entries in the Weekly Photo Challenge category.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Transformation.” You can find all my photo challenge entries in the Weekly Photo Challenge category.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Rounded.” You can find all my photo challenge entries in the Weekly Photo Challenge category.
Frozen lake Ylisjärvi in Salo, Finland.
Great tits, Eurasian blue tits, and willow tits feeding on tallow balls.
Paikkarin torppa in Sammatti is the birth home of Elias Lönnrot, who is best known for collecting folk tales and compiling Kalevala, the national epic of Finland.
Johannes Lohilampi museum is located in 18th-century cavalry estate. It holds a collection of rustic items collected by cultural authority Johannes Lohilampi (1866 – 1938).