Somewhere in Sipoo

As parents, the most limited resource you have is time. Time alone together, especially. It takes time to arrange things and one has to be proactive in planning everything in advance – there’s very little possibilities to go on a spontanious adventure with just the two of you.

Luckily we were able to go on a little Tuesday afternoon adventure with Leila, by heading off to the lovely municipality of Sipoo.

But this story starts from our home, as usual.

I don’t know why, but Leila’s suit was exceptionally shiny today. So shiny, that we completely forgot to pack up the latex polish with us – because it was not needed at the beginning at all.

Finally we got glass panes installed to our balcony, so we could decorate without the fear of getting dust, rain and bird poop everywhere.

Leila admires her handywork, but seems to have lost something. Poke the sheltie tries to spy the neighbourhood, but Leila is blocking his view.

The bench was painted by Leila. But I chose the colour! The colour’s name is Banana, by Tikkurila.

Because the small things matter.

It’s a relatively short drive to Sipoo, but still, for reasons unknown to us, we haven’t travelled there very often. Perhaps it’s the fact that there really isn’t anything of special interest to us.

But it is geographically relatively large, and it is a beautiful place to be at. I would see no problems living there myself.

The old church of Sipoo, as you can see on the background, is one of the best-preserved churches of the Medieval times in Finland. It’s been built somewhere back in 1450s.

It’s beautiful as heck. As heck, I tell you!

The shine of latex against the church’s old, worn walls creates a beautiful juxtaposition of modern and old.

Then there’s the new church of Sipoo. It’s very modern and very new, built as recently as 1885! The church represents neo-gothic style of architecture, if you’re into that.

I’ve never been into car photography, nor have I used cars as a “beauty” accessory – they’ve just been tools to get around for me.

But as my day job requires quite a lot of kilometres, and this specific car become available, I managed to get a company car; more specifically a 2019 Toyota Rav4.

As we were heading off to home, I turned Leila around to pose for me in front of our car, that suits Leila’s outfit quite perfectly. Black suit, white skirt, red lipstick.

All the colours of the car! It’s like this was planned.

But it was not.

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Latex used in the project

Black Women’s Standard Catsuit by Fantastic Rubber

4 Responses

  1. Awesome set as always!

  2. Tuomas, Leila thanks for making time for this great project, amazing how it evolved overthrew years and happy that you find still great places for your Shootings. Really love how you weave it all together with the text in between. Your projects are always highlights .

  3. Dshark says:

    Beautiful as always, not sure what else I can say :-)

  4. Ohh, so shiny even without the latex polish!
    Great pictures, well done.

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