Today it’s the Independence Day of Finland. There’s a Ball on TV (which I don’t watch) and we lit 2 candles. Which is not about being a scrooge but because it’s a Finnish tradition.
Today we got snow for a change. The winter in Southern of Finland is mixed. One day there is snow and the next rain. Winter is my favourite season but not when it’s like that. The first photo is from Lapland some years back. The last is one I took at the beginning of this years November but only stayed for a while. They say there will be less snow over here in the future because of the climate change and that’s not good. Snow makes outside much brighter than this grey we have now.
Autumn doesn’t need to be tenebrous. Walking in fallen leaves is one of the light and colourful ones. In this video, I took a walk with my new footwear I bought last Saturday.
Still, there aren’t many trees with colour in them but the Autumn is already here so why not enjoy it because it’s not all bad.
On the yard of my dad’s building, there is this fissure in the asphalt. It’s a recurring problem. No matter how many times the ground is fixed, it’s back again. At least it’s close to the building so people don’t trip on it.