The photographs were taken at Tremanskärr on June 12th.
Today was a dry day, even though there were still some puddles on the road in the morning. The month of June has been rainy. There has been 140 mm of rain, which is more than ever measured in Helsinki (the recorded history starts from the year 1845). And the beginning of June was rather dry.
(Posting title is from the poem Sonnet 15: Fairfax, whose name in arms through Europe rings by John Milton.)