At 12th of June, 1812, Helsinki was made the capital of Finland by the order of Czar Alexander I of Russia, to reduce the cultural influence of Sweden in Finnish population, as Finland was part of Russia back then. Now, at 12th of June, 2012, Helsinki celebrated its 200 years as the capital of Finland. We were there. With cameras.
I don’t know what’s with me and balloons, but when I see a person holding one, I can’t help but to capture the moment. I believe that if one is brave enough to hold a balloon in public, he or she is brave enough to conquer the world. I base this on absolutely nothing, but yet it makes me think. And shoot.
I think the cameraman saw someone flashing some cleavage in the audience, as he kept grinning like that for five whole minutes after this photo was taken.
This kid was freaking me out with those springed eyegoggles of his. I guess he knows what I did last summer.
Keeping it clean with the Lenspen, one of mother nature’s greatest inventions.
Dad was bouncing up and down, even dancing, if you might call it so, as the child’s mother was constantly trying to restrain the father’s enthusiasm.
I couldn’t help but to notice that he was constantly spinning his wedding ring, moving it back and forth slowly. Does it speak of guilt?
“Son, I am dissappoint.”
Security were rushing to a scene of a fainted audience member. Although the staff keeped on giving people water, dehydration was still present with temperatures rising over 25 celciuses. 25 celcius in Finland is an equilavent of 30+ celcius in Italy, to my experiences, as the climates are so different.
This text was taped behind an ice cream truck.
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