Poems and fiction in English by a writer from Finland.
International pictures also included.
Some facts, too. Occasionally.
What a pity. I like the scenery of the Kalasatama and the old rusty boats seen from the metro. Thats my favorite part of the metro rail.
I agree its a pity, leave it as it is.
But if thousands of people find their new home thanks to building, isn't that good too?Life is not simple.But true, Ara and Griesmail, it's a pity, too.
Another wonderful photo-set from you, Susu. It seems to me that there must be some public input as regards the redevelopment. Has anyone voiced concerns about keeping a reasonable, attractive public view from the rail line a part of the design? Just curious.
People tend to make noise about keeping old things like they were here in Finland, Mick, so I'm sure someone has spoken for the view. But -in other eyes the land along the rail line is waste land, in no good use and that voice is stronger.And I don't know which voice is right.
It is the money that counts in this I think. What seems waste for some is an opportunity for others, doesn´t it?
That's true, Liisa, and economics keep the world spinning around, at least somehow.
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