Cold, misty, frosty Saturday morning… after hard work week and those lost days I obviously got to get somewhere… but where? I did finally decide to get back to this abandoned farm that I’ve been photographing before this just twice: first at 2008 and then 2013. It did feel that now it was time for return… to see if it would still be there.
It was. And what’s even more amazing, almost NOTHING haven’t change since my first visit! I also did pay attention for some details that I did not notice before. First of all there is map of Jääski, which were part of Finland but what we have to alienate to Soviet Union at second world war. There is also photograph of church of Jääski, that were burn’t down during the war at 1941. After the war there were over 400 000 people that have lost everything from those lost areas without place to live, Finland did offer land to build small farms all over Finland. So we can be pretty sure that those who did live there, were from lost Karelia, and from that Jääski region.
To the Misty Countryside:
Statue of Dead Farm:
The White House with Fall Colors:
Those Flowers at the Window:
That Silent, Cold Dusk:
Waiting for the Night… That Will Never Come:
Signs of Everlasting Christmas:
Butterfly on the Wall:
Those Moments and Memories (All Gone):
Fear of the Night:
2000 Years of Pain and Agony:
Holy Moment (Dying Religion):
When Time Doesn’t Matter Anymore:
That Long Gone Church:
Fragile, Fading Memories:
Let There Be Beauty:
Long Way from There to This Moment:
Let Me Wake One More Time:
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And today’s off-topic-bonus-picture continues that “humans and horses” series. This is from that second try at few weeks ago.
Thank’s for scrolling this far. To the next time.