There’s something a bit magical about Finland in the winter. It’s when you’re in the forests, in particular, that you can feel a connection with nature.
The protected area of Liminka Bay in Finland is one of the best places in the world for bird watching. I meet a wildlife photographer here who shows me why.
This beautiful archipelago on Finland’s west coast is also a very unique geological site. The land is rising up out of the water at an alarmingly fast pace!
The 40 small fishing huts on this island off Finland’s coast are still there but it’s been a long time since they were all occupied. So what’s it like now?