11 Aug 2008

Green countryside.

7 comments:

Leora said...

And spectacular sky! Looks welcoming and lush. I suppose it gets much colder in winter?

flyingbird said...

and the fregrant grass, and the air.

so nice.

Louise said...

And vast sky. Very nice.

Yrsa said...

Thanks for comments. Yes: temperatures vary a lot in Finland with summertemps of up to 30 degrees Centigrade (usually about 15-25) and in winter up to -30 degrees centigrade (lately mostly about +-0 - -10). Temperatures can vary dramatically over night - you never know what to expect. With a heating system that reacts slowly a sudden drop of outdoor temperatures, say 10 degrees in wintertime will result in a few chillier days indoors as well :)

flyingbird said...

fragrant grass^^
have a brilliant day!

Deslilas said...

Finland has always been good for communication. Clouds as smoke signal instead of Nokia 95.

Yrsa said...

And when the clouds go out of fashion we use cowbells .... or pure "sisu!" :)

Actually the slogan "connecting people" is rather interesting for a finnish company as Finns aren´t actually known as a talkative people but rather quiet and stubburn ones´ that like to keep to themselves.