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Quiet corners in the capital

Photos by Esko Jämsä
Text by Peter Marten, November 2010

Photo: Esko JämsäIn Helsinki, you never know what you'll discover if you leave the beaten track. (An uncropped version of this photo is included in the slideshow below.)

In our selection of Esko Jämsä’s photos from the book Helsinki: Quiet Nooks and Corners, you’ll see the Finnish capital from viewpoints you never noticed before – or never stopped to contemplate.


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"Meandering tours" through Helsinki inspired writer Kaisa Raittila to create a bilingual book entitled Helsinki: Quiet Nooks and Corners (Hiljaisuuden Helsinki in Finnish – Kirjapaja Publishing, 2010). Her friend Esko Jämsä wandered with his camera, recording images to accompany Raittila's words.

The resulting work provides beautifully arranged insight into some of the side streets, parks, fields, forests, churches and yards that are off the beaten path – or maybe even right in front of your eyes.
 

 

Meandering through Helsinki
 

           

Note: Click the first photo to begin the slideshow. "Next" and "Previous" buttons appear in the top corners when you roll your mouse over the photos.

 

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