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Photographer Captures The Changing Beauty Of Kotisaari Island In Finland Through All 4 Seasons
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Photographer Captures The Changing Beauty Of Kotisaari Island In Finland Through All 4 Seasons

Jani Ylinampa is a nature photographer based in Rovaniemi, Finnish Lapland. He‘s a real master of capturing the dancing Northern Lights, breathtaking sunsets, beautiful forests, lakes and other wonders of nature, and he‘s been doing it for almost 15 years.

One of those magical objects that caught Ylinampa‘s eye was a lovely Kotisaari island in Rovaniemi, that used to be a traditional stronghold of the Lumberjacks in Kemijoki. Floating in the scenic Kemi river, it became just the right place to fulfil photographer’s wish to capture the changing beauty of nature. He documented the island from a drone through all four seasons, which resulted in four really different but mesmerizing pictures of this wonderful piece of land. Scroll down to see it for yourself.

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Summer

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Daria B
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4 years ago

Interesting how autumn is more colourful than spring. Sure it makes sense, it's just not the perception we're accustomed to.

Alexandru Bucur
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4 years ago

Well, yeah, it makes sense - in autumn the grass is just starting to dry out after it's growth spurt during summer, while in spring it's already dried from having been under snow for a couple of months and just starting to regain it's colour. Interestingly, in southern Europe the colours are inverted - the grass is greener in spring because it dries out due to intense sunlight at the height of summer, while winter comes with humidity but little (if any) snow which allows it to regain it's colour.

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Alia G.
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4 years ago

Wow... It doesn’t even look real! Absolutely beautiful!

Sunny San Diego
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4 years ago

Wow

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Daria B
Community Member
4 years ago

Interesting how autumn is more colourful than spring. Sure it makes sense, it's just not the perception we're accustomed to.

Alexandru Bucur
Community Member
4 years ago

Well, yeah, it makes sense - in autumn the grass is just starting to dry out after it's growth spurt during summer, while in spring it's already dried from having been under snow for a couple of months and just starting to regain it's colour. Interestingly, in southern Europe the colours are inverted - the grass is greener in spring because it dries out due to intense sunlight at the height of summer, while winter comes with humidity but little (if any) snow which allows it to regain it's colour.

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Alia G.
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4 years ago

Wow... It doesn’t even look real! Absolutely beautiful!

Sunny San Diego
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4 years ago

Wow

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