my white room


i never saw a moor—
i never saw the sea—
yet know i how the heather looks
and what a billow be.

e.d.



3/15/12

i wanted to tell  you how much i love finland.
these are few lakes i chose for my postcard
five different colors,
maavesi - soil moisture
rauhajärvi - peaceful lake 
elämäjärvi - living
toisvesi - second water
syväjärvi - deep one

the last one is almost like a name of
my native town, lake on the swamps.






and this is a summer market in  turku,
they do not measure in kilos, but in wooden pots
or cartons - strawberries or sweet peas. 




10 comments:

  1. hi olga

    i have never been to finland but i have been dreaming about going there for many years. i have some finnish blogs on my bloglist that i have been following for years...the athmosphere and style speeks deeply to me.

    are the first photo going to be a postcard? it was very beautiful...like everything else you make : )

    wishing you a lovely weekend (soon),
    v

    ps: i love your new woodpecker card!

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    1. vibeke,
      yes, it is a postcard
      just like small present
      i could send it to you,

      and thank you so much.

      when i read about finland
      i feel a part of me looks
      like it, its good have this feeling.

      take care and
      good days, too, v.

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  2. dear you,

    my brother lives in Finland
    for 25 years now
    close to Helsinki
    I like visiting
    but would not
    like to live there

    love from the Netherlands
    Patrice A.

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    1. i understand, patrice,
      when i went to sweden
      right after finland i
      saw how much wider and
      brighter is there,

      i had many pupils
      i tought from the netherlands,
      mostly boys and they are so
      sweet and lovable, but still
      masculine. after years
      this country became for me
      something really close.

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  3. will the lakes make their way into the shop soon -
    to add to the other ones and the little red house?
    (thank you for making it*)

    x

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    1. xenia,
      the lakes were made
      as a present, so ill just
      put it in your envelope,
      i`m happy you liked them
      `cos i had a feeling
      they might be a bit odd
      )

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  4. finland is unknown to me. from my russian friend i've heard that finnish people are quiet. so i always have silence in mind when i think of that country. and woods too. now i see lakes too. nice ones. :)

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    1. thank you,
      isidora

      and they call it
      `land of thousand lakes`
      )

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    2. this is so interesting. croatia is known as a land of thousand islands!

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  5. The first picture is nice and could definitely make a beautiful postcard.
    And I love the way to measure vegetables! And the lovely Marimekko tablecloth...

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olga.




olga