Monday, February 4, 2013

Weekend In Fiskars





Later Edit (based on the questions in the comments)
Yes, Fiskars is the place where they make the famous scissors and other tools (it's a nice touristic village, I like it better during summer) , and yes, the last photo represents a wedding cake, seen at a wedding fair in Fiskars (although I am married, I had to go in and take a peek!).

33 comments:

  1. oo that looks cold!
    is that a cake in the last shot?

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  2. •✰ •✰ •✰ •✰ •✰ •✰
    Bonjour Michaela !!!:o)

    J'aime beaucoup tes photos !!!
    C'est SUPERBE !!!

    GROS BISOUS de Thaïlande
    et bon début de semaine !!!
    •✰ •✰ •✰ •✰ •✰ •✰

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  3. what a wonderful weekend review! the cake is fantastic! :)

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  4. Bonjour et merci de ta visite sur mon petit blog c'est très gentil d'être passée
    je vois de superbes photos et ce gâteau avec cet oiseau est tellement beau
    je me demande comment on peut arriver à faire de si belles choses et ce serait tellement dommage de le manger
    Incroyable je trouve

    Cette petit locomotive aussi est très belle
    Merci pour tes belles photos

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  5. Amazing sights for a weekend. I presume the last is a cake - stunning, a work of art.

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  6. Love that type/style of building that you find around in the Scandinavien countries, an old mill type of town. Is Fiskars where the Fiskar`s brand of scissors are made?
    Kram Anette

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  7. Hello, I like very much snow and this photos!
    have a nice day!
    Cinzia

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  8. Lovely serie photo's Michaela..... very well done.

    Greetings, Joop

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  9. vreau si eu cu trenuletul :)

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  10. What lovely colourful photos - particularly pretty with the snow.
    http://missbbobochic.blogspot.co.uk/

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  11. I love the first two, most colourful, cheers Michaela.

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  12. When PIerce started kindergarten they told us to buy Fiskars scissors for him. Neat pictures! Love the cake.

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  13. Na pierwszym zdjęciu piękne odbicie w wodzie. Pozostałe bardzo ciekawe i ładne. Dziękuję za miłe odwiedziny. Pozdrawiam.
    In the first picture the beautiful reflection in the water. Other very interesting and nice. Thank you for your kind visit. Yours.

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  14. i love snwo!!! as u kwon here in canary island there is not snwooo :((((( soo is sooo beautiful for me to see that

    thank u

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  15. Fiskars is soooo purrrrty, and love the cake, Mila:) (BTW, love Fiskars scissors...heehee)

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  16. What a wonderful place to be with a camera, Mila!
    Thank you for taking us along with you.

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  17. Very nice post! ;-)

    Greetings from the Netherlands!

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  18. Love your photos although I don't love snow! Such an unusual wedding cake.

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  19. Looks like a fun weekend! My cousin just shared an article last week with me that listed Fiskar's scissors as one of the best products designed in Finland. World-famous scissors! :)

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  20. What a lovely village! And that is one divine cake <3

    Love from the NaNa girls xoxo

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  21. Beautiful pictures, I love the reflections in the first, beautiful colors. Greetings.

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  22. My favourite photo is the one of the engine in the snow.

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  23. Wonderful colours in the picture of the Fiskars restaustan house - maybe because the colours also reflect from the water.
    And the cake - well I think I would not order that cake to my wedding (which laready was..) but it's very special and actually a piece of art!

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  24. I use Fiskars scissors all the time, didn't know they were made in a special town...love the image of that beautiful yellow building. And what an interesting cake. too pretty to eat!!

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  25. Muy bonitas, magníficas imágenes.

    Saludos.-

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  26. A doua poza e faina!

    Si eu admir tot ce tine de organizarea unei nunti,de la decoratiuni si pana la tort.

    Te pup!

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