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The Nature Photo Contest "Vereta jaht" ("Bloodless hunting") is an annual photo hunt on a specific weekend, which aims to depict the landscape of the area and its inhabitants through pictures. This photo of an ural owl was awarded this year a special prize by Estonian Forest magazine.
This is a ship model made of matches, which I made already during school. That is - in the last century :)
Because it is a rather fragile object, it suffered greatly over time and waited patiently for repairs during decades.
The spring of this year, when the world was locked, finally gave me confidence that I had enough time to complete with the restoration.
All smartphones are forgotten for hours on hot summer evening, when children found lot of tadpoles in a small lake.
Like a big part of the world, Estonia is in an emergency situation right now. As of today, all school buildings in Estonia are closed. Teaching and learning have been moved entirely online from Monday, 16 March.
Our President Kersti Kaljulaid took a virtual tour on Thursday to gain an overview of life in Võru County.
In addition, the Head of State gave a virtual civic education class to Võru State Upper Secondary School students and answered their questions.
Estonian composer Arvo Pärt is one of those composers in the world, whose creative output has significantly changed the way we understand the nature of music. The Arvo Pärt Centre, opened a year ago (in October 2018) combines the composer’s personal archive with an information and music centre.
This cornerless building has been recently nominated for the 2019 Estonian Architecture awards.
In the framework of Estonia 100 Architecture Programme, 15 Estonian town centers will be renewed and reconstructed, making them pedestrian-friendly public spaces. A brand new town square (on the historical place) opened a couple of days ago in Võru, Estonia.
I have been chasing for good photo of aurora borealis in my home in Estonia during some years already.
It is not very common to see aurora well at a latitude of 57.9° N, but it's still possible - if you follow the forecasts and weather, or if you are just very lucky :).
Finally on 7th of October 2015 I was in right place at right time with my camera and clouds went away for just this right hour...
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