That day was exceptional in our November, where overcast, dark and rainy days follow each other. It was a sunny day and wind was almost absent. It was an ideal day for a nice stroll around our home. The photo shows the berths in Klobben harbour of our village. The majority of boats were already lifted to their winter storage place and the berths were almost empty. The preceding night was cold and you can see traces of night frost both in the water and on the quay.
I added for comparison a photo from the same place 3 days later. That was a typical November day of this year. I found a pause in dribble rain for my walk.
Yes, this obviously has been a wonderful November day and the CI in addition makes this an interesting contribution. What a contrast to here shown dull day some days later.
Greetings from grey and cold Westphalia!
You captured the wonderful light well! What a difference a couple of days makes! We're having that kind of day today. The wind has finally dropped out here, it seldom blows at night as it has the few days. Pat
The main photo was indeed taken on a perfect day, with sunshine and a water surface like a mirror. Interesting comparison some days later, a very typical November day.
PS When I check the map view, I am surprised to see only the Swedish names, is this the "normal" Google map or is a version that Swedes only can see? Would it not be "Helsinki" for other viewers?
ellelloo (2019/11/23 07:17:50): Hej Gunnar,
Thanks for your visit! I am surprised that you still see Swedish names instead of Finnish names in the map. Google must use some kind of localization. The situation was problematic still some years ago, when we also saw Swedish names first and Finnish next. If there was not room for both names along a street in a specific scale, only Swedish name was shown, otherwise both names were shown. This situation caused lots of complaints and it was said to have originated from the fact that Google's country manager was Swedish speaking. True or not, now the maps are fixed for us at least. I tried with other Google maps and they had also Finnish names, and only Finnish names.