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Posted at: 2019-07-20 17:59:41
~ After countless of tries I finally managed to capture a photo of this magnificent wild white wolf. It is the Alfa male of the wolf pack and it has been on my wildlife list for ages. As some of you remember I tried to capture it during the winter months this year without success. Good things happen when you have the patience to wait for it 🐺
Summer is going by so fast 😱 What’s the best thing you’ve done so far?
Posted at: 2019-07-20 10:53:54
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Janni Hussin suunnittelemassa juomassa on 100 mg kofeiinia (kahvikupillinen), 141 mg magnesiumia ja 1000 mg BCAA aminohappoja, joten tää toimii tosi hyvin ennen treeniä tuomaan lisäbuustia fiilikseen! ⚡️
Mikä on sun paras vinkki siihen, miten motivoida itsensä treenille?
I am grateful for everything you are. Everything we have. And everything I know. 🌊
We’re in a really good place right now! We’re so glad we took this week in Helsinki to revisit some of our favourite spots and have some down time to take everything in.
Rest and recovery are all part of the journey. So enjoy it. Enjoy the journey. The hustle. The progress. Enjoy the ups and downs. Because we’d rather be living a hectic life that we love, than a mediocre one that we don’t. 🤙🏼
In a couple of days we fly back to London and finally get to go back to our boat! 😍 And this is exactly what we bought her for! ⛵️ For a place to call HOME. For a place to look forward to going back to. Somewhere to drop our bags, put our feet up, and look back on all the crazy things we’ve been doing over the past months. 🇮🇹 🇺🇸 🇫🇮
We hope you all take the time to stop and look at how far you’ve come every once in a while! 🙌🏼
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In just 3 months, the new Helsinki Central Library Oodi by ALA Architects welcomed its first million visitor.
The Urban Workshop is constantly crowded and the rentable meeting rooms and halls fully booked. Oodi perfectly fulfils its function as a no-threshold community centre open to all. The building also has one of the best terraces in town to enjoy the summer sun.
The building, right behind the central railway station, consists almost entirely of public space and offers a wide selection of services, mostly free of charge. It is the new central point for the city’s impressive public library network.
Its design divides the functions of the building into three distinct levels: an active ground floor, a peaceful upper floor, and an enclosed in-between volume containing the more specific functions. In addition to the library operations and the café and restaurant, Oodi also houses the City of Helsinki’s information centre; Europa Experience; Kino Regina, the National Audiovisual Institute’s movie theatre; and Playground Loru.
The glass facades allow for large amounts of daylight in the public areas. The energy consumption level of Oodi is that of a nearly Zero Energy Building (nZEB). It took three years to build Oodi and its total budget was EUR 98 millions.
Read more about the library on my website, link in bio.
Getting family history lessons from the authentic Finns that flew in from across the pond will be a cherished memory. Was able to learn a great amount about the Finland culture, their industry and tons more about our family history. Topped it off with a dip in Lake Superior and a “saw-na”. Mark this weekend as one the of cherished ones.