Tag Archives: Finland

Weekly Photo Challenge: Relic

It looked like just another rundown building in Tampere, Finland.
A relic from the outside.

But as I stepped inside I realised that there was more to it, as all walls had been covered in graffiti!
There is life after death for some relics :-)Indoor graffiti Tampere Finland

Featuring in the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrast

Contrast: the tree primary colours in one picture.
As seen in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Rauma, Finland.

Featuring in the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge.

A photo from my archives: A painter’s workshop

Turku, Finland, 2013.

The Luostarinmäki Handicrafts Museum in Turku is an outdoor museum that will take you about 200 years back in time. Over 30 workshops from different fields of craftmanship display Turku’s handicrafts history and craftsmen’s dwellings (all from 18th and 19th century).
I especially loved the painter’s workshop: the tins of bright colours on the table and the light coming from the window made it a beautiful sight.