It’s time to put away your worries for a while and take a walk with Ice Swimmer. Today we’re going up.
Chapter 16 – Top and Around
The spruce is odd because it has an even number of crowns. The deciduous trees behind the spruce are hiding the wetland.
We are looking roughly east as my shadow is in the frame. The wooden building is the janitor’s house. The walls of Särkkä are peeking in the upper right corner.
In this picture both the janitor’s house and the telegraph station can be seen in the left. The sign is telling about the work of sculpture called Sabotage by H.R. Giger. I haven’t photographed the sculpture because of copyright reasons. Photos of it can be found with a simple search.
Now we are next to the “odd” spruce, south of the top. The wooden building is Vellamo. The ship (a RORORORORO car/cruise ferry) has just started its journey to Stockholm, Sweden, arriving there next morning.
Back on the northern side of the top. Seeing the same place we saw in the third installment in a new light.
The theme “in a new light” continues.
This is the penultimate part of this series. In the last part, we take a look on Sea, Sky and light and say goodbye to Harakka.