16 December 2013

photographs from oulu III.

I still want to share many photographs of the ones I took that day in Koitelinkoski - I hope you will not mind! Koitelinkoski literally means rapids of Koiteli and in fact the most fascinating aspect of the place are the turbulent waters that do not freeze in the winter time but flow even more powerful.
photographs from Oulu part III - Koitelinkoski:

Nikon FM - Fuji Superia X-tra 800
I really love the bright orange spots on the trunk of those trees - which species are they? I also have a thing for suspended wooden bridges and there are plenty of them to cross in Koitelinkoski.
I wish you all a wonderful start of the week! ♥

16 comments:

  1. I do not mind at all, Polly - it's like we're going on an adventure or a walk with you. :)

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    1. Good to hear that, Charlyn! I'll be sharing more then!

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  2. How can anyone mind this? It's so beautiful and almost hauting in a way. I can almost feel the cold air on my cheeks :)

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    1. Thank you so much, Inês! I'm really glad you think so!

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  3. stunning pics, even though the snow is a bit scary...

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    1. Thank you, Petra! What do you mean when you say the snow is scary? Do you find it too melancholy or cold?

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  4. thanks for making me notice the orange spots :)

    (are they birches?)

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    1. They are lovely, aren't they? I too was wondering wether they were a particular species of birch, but I am not sure about it.

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  5. we are all on the adventure walk with you :D

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    1. Thank you, Sara! Let this adventure continue then!

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  6. You're right. That bridge is fantastic!

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    1. Isn't it just? It squeaks wonderfully when you walk over it! I have some more bridges to show in the next few posts, by the way.

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  7. The bridge is adorable and I love that little nugget of information you shared: amazing that the water does not freeze but becomes stronger instead!

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    1. Thank you, Katie! I'll share more bits of information then in my future posts!

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