Saturday, September 28, 2013

Swinging a credit card like a scythe

Today the two youngest children went to the movies with their friend. Originally I was planning to see the movie as well, but then my oldest daughter wanted to go shopping, so that was what I did as well.

Mainly this meant walking in the center of Helsinki, from one shop to another. I got quite tired; for some reason walking for two hours in the city is more exhausting than two hours in a forest.

The above photographs were taken a week ago at the Revonkorpi swamp in Luukki.

(Posting title is from the poem At the Galleria Shopping Mall by Tony Hoagland.)

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