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These vegetables were for sale in the city of Rovaniemi, Finland near the Arctic Circle in June 2018. Finnish grown onions cost 2.80 Euros/bunch, while Finnish grown honey turnips cost 4.00 Euros/bunch.
These strawberries were for sale at a table outside the K Supermarket in Rovaniemi, Finland in June 2018. The berries on the left are Finnish grown, while the smaller ones in the baskets on the right were grown in Sweden. The word "Ruosti" is an archaic word meaning "Swede". The Finnish...
This two-storey log house is visible from the Chena River. Some of the logs were not trimmed back to the front wall of the house. Flower baskets hang from two of these. Historically these poles were used as storage, sometimes frozen game was hung here in the winter. The house has a metal roof,...
The common cattail grows along the edges of lakes. It has been used as a traditional food, both the green flower spike (shown in this image), the core, the root and the seeds are all edible.
This rustic sculpture by Peter Jonsson is found in Badhusparken in central Sweden. The sculpture is a large head roughly carved from wood, placed on a low tree stump. On top of the head is a rusted gas lantern. The title Ljushuvud which translates \"Bright Person\" is a pun.
The Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research is located in the brown building in the upper left of the photograph. The Institute's substantial polar library is housed in this building. The ships and U-boat in the Old Harbour are part of the German Maritime Museum (Deutsches...
This snow bunting skin was prepared at the Heinrich Springer Ornithology Laboratory of the Museum of the North, University of Alaska Fairbanks. The skins are mounted on a stick, so that they can be handled without touching the skin. This specimen was collected at St. Neill Island, Big Lake,...