Sunrise is Estonia isn’t bad. We woke up at five o’clock in the morning. Next to Gulf of Finland. Not actually to photograph but to drive. However when we saw this view we couldn’t help setting the tripod and shoot some. There was also some other photographer there. Hope he got awesome shots too!
This is a typical street view from Tallinn’s Old Town. Cobblestones, narrow streets, old and a bit worn buildings. Also notice the street signs. It says “Kiriku” which translates to “Church”. But there’s no “street” or “road” in the end. That’s the way how Estonians mark their street names. Just the actual name, not indications whether it’s street or road or avenue. That’s cool.
Gulf of Finland is the bay that separates Finland from Estonia. But it’s easy to get to Estonia. Because ferries cruise back and forth several times a day. It is also very polluted bay. So don’t drink the water!
This photo is taken in Viimsi borough, just north of Tallinn. The main passenger ferry routes go elsewhere; the ship in the photo is other kind of ship. Perhaps an oil tanker.
HDR shot of a pub close to where I live. It’s called Kuparikulma which translates to Copper Corner.
Some time ago I posted a blue hour picture from the same spot. Now it was time for a daylight photo. Or actually an evening photo – it’s taken at 10 pm. But it’s still bright. The street is an old street called Sofiankatu. The Helsinki Cathedral can be seen in the background.