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Perhonen

Perhonen

Finnish stamp - Leena Airikkala - Finland

Linnaea borealis stamp from Suomi/Finland. This dainty wildflower is also native to North America where it is known as twinflower. It was named after Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus, and it was his favorite flower.

There are over one hundred labyrinths in Finland. Many have been found in the archipelago and the west coast and are thought to have been associated with fishing and hunting magic.In the Swedish folklore of western Finland labyrinths were considered a doorway to the underworld.

Liminal Places, those not quite here nor there, are very magical places where it's easier for entities other than human to contact you.

The Katajanokka harbour in central Helsinki, view from Uspenski Cathedral | 1930 Helsinki Helsingfors Finland Suomi Winter View - ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAVURE SC2

1930 Helsinki Helsingfors Finland Suomi Winter View - ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAVURE SC2

The Katajanokka harbour in central Helsinki, view from Uspenski Cathedral

Eurasian Bullfinch stamps - mainly images - gallery format

Birds Perched, Birds Flying, Birds aground - Stamp Community Forum - Page 20

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