Lot’s of Swedish was heard today on Senate’s square during St. Lucy’s day parade.
Photos from the Finnish Capital
…interested many during its 2009 visit.
Greenpeace’s flagship Rainbow Warrior became immortal and a strong childhood memory for me in 1985 when the French intelligence sunk the original in Auckland, New Zealand while it was protesting against nuclear testing in the Pacific. A Portuguese Greenpeace photographer died. Unfortunately cowardly terrorist attacks still belong to the toolbox of several “civilized” governments.
Although I couldn’t see myself joining Greenpeace, the world is a better place when Rainbow Warrior is keeping an eye on those who are not interested in attention. And the eye just got more vigilant after the launch of Rainbow Warrior III. It was probably the time for a new flagship since the walls of II had old stickers like “Abolish Apartheid.”
…on Saturday in Helsinki.
…was a small happening last weekend that seemed to be mostly about food and drums.
…from the Finnish championships.
…were held on Thursday.
…a few years ago when the event was still in central Helsinki.
…cycling event have been added to the Google+ album.
…have 140km ahead of them in the capital region before they can return here to the velodrome that was reluctantly built for the cancelled 1940 Olympics and used in the 1952 Olympics.
While photographing a marathon is nothing compared to running one, it’s still a good exercise.