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.
While walking in Cēsis we found the castle’s wall in backyard of some building. I asked my friend whether we could go to the backyard and photograph there. She said that we could. And it was good that she was with us. Without her I wouldn’t have dared to go to the yard :-)
Tiergarten is the Central Park of Berlin. It’s a large green zone located in downtown Berlin. In the middle of Tiergarten there’s a monument called Siegessäule. With an observation deck on the top. Photographing there is OK although the deck is pretty small. So care must be taken when using a tripod. Anyway sights are nice up there: you can see the huge park spanning to every direction from the tower with buildings somewhere far away.
This is the university area of Helsinki. It’s very close to the Central Railway Station. The major university building Porthania is on the left hand side. Also the university main building is very close. If you follow the road and take turn right, it’s right there!
It’s been exactly six months now. The blog was published on 18 January. There hasn’t been a day without photo. Let the HDR boogie continue through the summer!
To celebrate it I found a pearl from the archives. It was taken on March close to the Helsinki-Vantaa airport. Sun was just setting when we got there. It was about six o’clock. After that it was very dark.