Säätytalo, The House of the Estates, Helsinki.
I was giving a scientific presentation about effects of magnetic fields on oxidative stress there.
You can find more info about Säätytalo here.
Shot from the frontyard of Kuopio Cathedral. I really like the “through the trees” scene here. On the left side is the former Bank of Finland building and on the right side Kuopio museum. It was a beautiful sunny but windy day.
One of the main photographic centres in Finland. Located in, Kuopio, Eastern Finland, where I work and used to live before we moved in countryside. They have very good national and international exhíbitions there. You can find more info here.
This winter has been very snowy and lately also very cold one. Snow everywhere plus -37 C is a cool combo. Well, actually we are very much used to this kind of a weather but because our winter lasts almost six months you have to complain at least littlebit in some point. 😉
I am really fortunate to have a loving family around me. My beautiful and understanding wife Jenni and our two sons, Kaapo and Tiitus. And of course our dogs, Herkko and Hiski.
They all bring so much meaning and content in my life.
Both Kaapo and Tiitus are very keen bakers. Here they are baking rolls with mom. I especially love here Tiitus’ expression. He is like a master chef looking over Kaapo’s progress. And Tiitus put the Beetle cap on as a chef’s hat!
I have photographed this barn every winter we have lived in our present house (from 2006) and every year it is bending down more and more. I think the next winter could be its last one which is a real pity because there are not so many barns left in our area.