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This horsetail plant was growing in the back yard of an inn in Rovaniemi. It was 47cm from ground to tip. Equisetum or horsetail is a spore producing vascular plant. Members of this genus are abundant around the world and the family is widely represented in the fossil record.
On the top of a rocky outcrop, facing the airport, are eight stylized reindeer. There are seven large ones and one small calf against the leg of the second reindeer from the right. The statues are made of metal mesh, outlined in solid metal and using solid metal for the antlers.
The \"midnight sun\", or the period when the sun does not set, begins in early June at the Arctic Circle. This photograph was taken at 0:14hrs in Rovaniemi. The patios were full of people enjoying the extended light and there were many cyclists on the streets.
This image is part of a triptych called "Firewall" by Swedish artist Carolina Falkholt, painted in 2013. This mural is on the end of a building at Valtakatu 24 in Rovaniemi, Finland. The other parts are in Luleå (Sweden) and Severomorsk (Russia). This mural covers the whole end of the building...
These sculptures of pink and black granite stand out side the entrance to the University of Lapland.
This willow over wire globe sculpture was located outside the entrance to the Rovaniemi University of Applied Sciences, Rantavitikka Campus. The six protrusions at the top of the sculpture echo the symbol of the University, which can be partially seen on the glass of the entry behind the...