Tag Archive: winter

Cosy cat

Talvi is a black rescue cat from Tampere and lives with his friend Inti, the peruvian rescue cat, in Helsinki in Finland. When Talvi came to his new mum and dad, his dad… Continue reading

Safety

Inti, the Peruvian rescue cat, travelled with his mom in this bag from Lima in Peru to Helsinki in Finland in 2016. I have told Inti´s story last year in This cat has… Continue reading

Inti is having an adventure

The other journey we made this year went to Finland in August to visit our son and his girlfriend and their two cats. We joined our son when he was taking Inti outdoors.… Continue reading

Inti and Talvi

The other journey we made this year went to Finland in August to visit our son and his girlfriend and their two cats. I had met Inti, the peruvian rescue cat, that travelled… Continue reading

Waiting for breakfast

Early in the morning – the cats are awake – waiting for mum and dad to wake up and serve breakfast. Boring to wait so one has to do some things to entertain… Continue reading

Winter is coming – Talvi on tulossa

I saw a poster taped on the glass to a shelter on a bus stop at Isokaari on Lauttasaari in Helsinki, Finland, saying “Talvi on tulossa” – “Winter is coming”, asking if someone knew… Continue reading

Connections

Today’s world is much about connecting, both social and abstract connections in cyberspace and literal connections as in these pictures from my commuting life on buses, on trains and waiting for them. These… Continue reading

Observing

  I am an observer and often see things other people miss. But sometimes I think we rather blind to our environment and don´t notice the ongoing changes in it. I don´t exactly love… Continue reading

Scheelegatan in Malmö

Scheelegatan in Malmö in the winter of 2015.

Walking along Skeppsbron in Malmö on an early February morning

  Walking along Skeppsbron in Malmö on an early February morning there is harmony in town before the bustle of the day begins. On the other side of the old ferry harbour lies… Continue reading