Winter Walk in Piles of Snow ☃️ Finland
In previous scene, i took you along the 200-year-Old Lower Town of Loviisa.
In this scene, i will take you through a modern neighborhood of Hyrylä.
The time is close to 6 in the evening, suppertime here in Finland.
As dinner is being served inside warm homes and outside the snow is piling up.
During wintertime people tend to hibernate more often, the streets are mostly quiet in the evening.
You might meet the occasional dog walker, … or the local cameraman.
I mentioned already before but i’ll say it again, i like to walk around when it’s quiet, surrounded with piles of snow and no destination whatsoever.
A way for me to empty the mind after an exhausting day at work.
In one of these previous walks, i talk about depression in Finland, i’ll link it in the description below or the top right corner of your screen.
It’s important for your mental health to recover from whatever is harming it.
Being outdoors is one of the best and free methods to counter depression and luckily Finland is a country bathing in nature.
The air is crisp and clean, you can almost smell the difference compared to Southern European countries.
In my younger years i suffered from Sinusitis, inflammation of the mucous membranes.
But as i immigrated to Finland several years ago, so far, it seems to be a problem of the past.
I am a summer’s child, but i adore the cold and snow, and yes, a little bit of darkness as well.
I will link 2 more scenes that i managed to film in Helsinki in the description below or in the top right corner of your screen.
Thank you for joining me, together we walk and learn about the history and beauty of Finland.
Have a great day and i hope to continue our talk in the next scene.
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