A REINDEER LAND
It was in March 2008 when I was in Helsinki and one thing I remember was the charming little city.
We arrived at night around 9 p.m. at this time the street was already quite. It wasn’t look like many people around city centre. This prove that it is the city with the population of 578,126 people.
Our first morning in Helsinki was Sunday. I woke up quite early with the photographer and started survey the town near our hotel. It was about 8 a.m. and it was still quite in the town centre. The temperature here was a bit chilled but I had a lovely chunk cardigan to keep me warm.
Our hotel not very far from the port of Helsinki and it was a walking distance to Helsinki Cathedral. The Helsinki Cathedral was very huge with clean and simple decoration just like St. Paul in London. In here we saw many tourists sat on a big staircase enjoying a sun in a nice sunny day.
In that afternoon we started some photo shoot around the town. It was very easy job as the town was so clean and beautiful for a picture. After we finished our job, we went to a nice park with a beautiful glass house to enjoy some sun ourselves.
Before we left Finland, we also visited a small town with an icy lake that breathtakingly beautiful to end our journey and I’m sure I will be back here again!