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On highway 1.

On highway 1.

After my last post, WordPress notified me, that I had just published my two hundredth post. Wow, I hadn’t realized I had blogged that much! Well, I really don’t blog that often (at least not during the summertime, eh) but still 200 feels like some sort of an achievement.

Then I realized I have been blogging for almost four years already. Oh how time flies! I’ve gained over 200 followers and plenty of likes during those years. That’s not much compared to the thousands of popular and successful bloggers, but considering my irregular posting rhythm and unnecessary prattles, it warms my heart that some people still want to read my writings and see my pictures. 🙂 ❤

In celebration of this (pretty vain) milestone, I collected some of my favorite shots and moments from these past years. Everything started from the trip to Paris…

Man with his dog in Montmartre, near Sacre-Coeur.

Man with his dog in Montmartre, near Sacre-Coeur.

The Perfume River is filled with lights at nightime.

The Perfume River is filled with lights at nightime. Hue, Vietnam.

Parc de la Ciutadella, Barcelona.

Parc de la Ciutadella, Barcelona.

The cathedral in the oldest city of Central America, Granada.

The cathedral in the oldest city of Central America, Granada.

Coming home is always nice too, especially now when there's the cutest Urho waiting.

Coming home is always nice too, especially now when there’s the cutest Urho waiting.

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Stockholm.

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Pori and Jazz street

Pori and Jazz street

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A Day in the South

IMG_3284I had a day off on Monday, so K and I decided to head to Tallinn for a girls trip. It’s so easy to go to Tallinn, especially now that I’m living almost in Helsinki. And Tallinn is so familiar and simple destination, it sometimes feels almost… well, boring. But not this time! We had seven hours to spend in the city, and it wasn’t enough at all. Tallinn showed us new sides and places, that  will require closer looks on another visits, I’m sure. 😉

We hang mostly around Kalamaja, Telliskivi and Old Town. In Old Town, we found out that you can climb up the stairs to one of the church towers. The climb was hard (and a bit scary, with the tiny and old swirling stone-steps), but the view was worth it.

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