Sartenada's photo blog / Blog de foto de Sartenada

October 15, 2010

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

In English:

Fall photos of the lake Vanajavesi in Hämeenlinna.

I like to visit in Hämeenlinna many times during the year. Hämeenlinna is famous for its medieval red brick castle (Castle of Häme) which dominates the overall view of this small town. There is nice walking track / path which is passing “around” small part of the lake Vanajavesi. Plenty of people are running or walking around in this scenery, some are simply enjoying the beauty of the landscape with lake view.

To reach Hämeenlinna is easy from Helsinki by train which lasts only one hour and three minutes. The trip from my home takes 40 minutes by car. My walking tour took about one hour and 55 minutes with all the photographing stops, enjoying some nice cup of coffee from our thermos bottle and eating some sandwiches. I was lucky on that sunny Tuesday on October 6th in 2009, because sun was shining at low angle and this means to the photos, that colors are warm colored in my photos.

En español:

Caminando a la orilla otoñal del lago Vanajavesi en Hämeenlinna.

A mi me gusta visitar en Hämeenlinna muchas veces durante el año. Hämeenlinna es famosa por su castillo rojo medieval de ladrillo (Castillo de Häme) que domina la vista general de esta pequeña ciudad. Se puede caminar por una agradable pista / sendero que pasa alrededor de pequeña parte del lago Vanajavesi. Muchas personas corren o caminan en este paisaje, algúnos disfrutan simplemente de la belleza del paisaje con vista de lago.

Para llegar a Hämeenlinna es fácil desde Helsinki viajande en tren que dura sólo una hora y tres minutos. El viaje de mi hogar toma 40 minutos en carro. Mi paseo tomó aproximadamente una hora y 55 minutos con todas las paradas de fotografía, disfrutando de algún café rico de nuestra botella de termo y comiendo algunos bocadillos. Tuve suerte porque el Martes 6 de Octubre fue muy soleado, porque el sol brillaba en ángulo bajo y esto significa a las fotos, que el color en mis fotos estában llenas con colores cálidos.

En francais:

Déambulant sur la rive automnal du lac Vanajavesi à Hämeenlinna.

J’aime visiter á Hämeenlinna plusieurs fois pendant l’année. Hämeenlinna est célèbre pour son château de brique rouge médiéval (Château de Häme) qui domine la vue générale de cette petite ville. Il y a une piste agréable de promenade / le chemin qui passe “autour” de la petite partie du lac de Vanajavesi. Beaucoup de gens courent ou déambulent dans ces paysages, quelques apprécient simplement la beauté du paysage avec la vue de lac.

Pour atteindre Hämeenlinna a facile d’accès de Helsinki en train parce que le voyage dure seulement une heure et trois minutes. Le voyage de ma maison prend 40 minutes en voiture. Ma randonnée à pied a durée environ une heure et 55 minutes avec tous les arrêts de photos, goutant quelque tasse savoureuses de café de notre bouteille de thermos et mangeant quelques sandwichs. J’ai eu la chance de parce que ce mardi 06 octobre 2009 était ensoleillée l et que le soleil brillait à l’angle bas et ceci signifie aux photos, que elles étaient pleins de couleurs chaudes.

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

Lake Vanajavesi / Lago Vanajavesi / Lac Vanajavesi

My other posts about Hämeenlinna / Mis otros mensajes acerca de Hämeenlinna / Mes autres postes sur Hämeenlinna

Castle of Häme / Castillo de Häme / Château de Häme

Park of Aulanko / Parque de Aulanko / Parc de Aulanko

Medieval knight tournament / Torneo Medieval / Médiéval tournoi chevaleresque

34 Comments »

  1. Hello Matti,
    L’automne s’installe doucement, et malgré le passage du train et des ferries, le coin semble très paisible !
    Un faible pour les sous-bois 28, la succession d’escalier et de pont 15-16, les rivages 19 et 31, et, et, etc !….
    Le château est superbe dans cette lumière douce.
    Bon week-end.
    Bises

    Comment by Marion B. — October 15, 2010 @ 08:37 | Reply

    • Bonjour Marion.

      C’est vrai ce que tu dis. L’automne est arrivé et il a neigé la nuit précédente un peu ici où je vis. Le sol était blanc et sur les routes, bien sûr et il y avait de nombreuses collisions de voitures véhicules. Quel dommage. Il semble que certaines personnes finlandais ne peut pas comprendre que les routes sont glissantes.

      Bon week-end á toi aussi.

      Comment by sartenada — October 15, 2010 @ 14:33 | Reply

  2. Hello…thanks for stopping by my blog! Where you live is beautiful…hopefully I’ll get to visit there someday.

    Have a great weekend…Sherry

    Comment by Travel Spirit — October 15, 2010 @ 16:42 | Reply

    • Hi Sherry.

      Thank You for Your visit and for Your comment. I am so glad that You liked my photos.

      Happy weekend.

      Comment by sartenada — October 15, 2010 @ 16:46 | Reply

  3. Bonsoir
    celle que j’adore c’est la photo 10…..l’automne est la.
    je vous souhaite une bonne soirée et bon week-end
    amitiés
    frammy

    Comment by frammy — October 15, 2010 @ 23:16 | Reply

    • Bonjour Frammy.

      J’aime l’automne bien que il est si peu de temps pour nous donner ses couleurs. En même temps je me sens triste dans mon cœur, parce que les temps froids et sombres sont à venir.

      Belle journèe.

      Comment by sartenada — October 16, 2010 @ 08:32 | Reply

  4. Good morning Matti,
    I am excited about these beautiful colors and images. The first two pictures are again a very nice introduction to your journey. The clear blue sky and the lake harmonize fantastic, with the autumn colors. All images in this series are a delight. The sunlight supports the autumn colors positively. The architecture of the castle is interesting and fits very nicely into this landscape. On such walks it is pleasant to take a thermos of coffee and some bread. So you can shoot in peace and enjoy the scenery. I think you have both enjoyed this very special day. I am grateful for it that I could visit this page again and look forward to the next series. We wish you and Anja have a nice weekend all the best and health to your everyday, common paths. Thank you for all your nice comments on my page. A few days ago I sent you an e-mail. Dear greetings Christel and Detlev

    Comment by Christel — October 16, 2010 @ 01:35 | Reply

    • Good morning Christel.

      Thank You. We really enjoyed our walking tour on that sunny day. The air was cold, but refreshing. So after this short trip our minds were happy and we enjoyed our life.

      Schönes-Wochenende!

      Comment by sartenada — October 16, 2010 @ 08:37 | Reply

  5. I enjoy your photos very much, as always. The castle is magnificent, and the trees in fall colors are splendid! What a beautiful place that is in autumn!

    Comment by montucky — October 16, 2010 @ 06:26 | Reply

    • Hello Montucky.

      Thank You. The fall is splendid also in Your country and I always enjoy Your photos.

      Happy weekend.

      Comment by sartenada — October 16, 2010 @ 08:40 | Reply

  6. Une très très belle série aux couleurs automnales. J’aurais personnellement préféré les photos présentées une à une avec possibilité de les commenter selon nos choix… mais je comprends le tien de faire une présentation en série.

    Comment by Marie LC — October 16, 2010 @ 09:44 | Reply

  7. Bonjour Marie.

    Je te remercie Marie. Je fais tous mes messages avec un série de photos et seulement une fois par semaine, principalement les vendredis. Ce type de poste demande beaucoup de travail. Si l’on veut commenter une photo spéciale, on peut voir le nom de la photo lorsque on déplace le pointeur de la souris sur d’une photo.

    Belle journèe.

    Comment by sartenada — October 16, 2010 @ 10:44 | Reply

  8. Bonjour Sartenada

    moi aussi j’aime les couleurs de l automne, mais j’aime pas trop quand l automne arrive car il faut fermer les fenetres et portes…..l hivers arrive…
    Mais j’ai une question sur une de tes photos.?
    les trains chez vous roule à gauche ou a droite ?
    en france il roule à gauche sauf la region Alsace Lorraine en gros de Metz à Strasbourg. Suite ancienne région Allemande durant la guerre 1939-1945. et c’est rester comme cela depuis.
    je vous souhaite une bonne journée et un bon week-end.
    frammy

    Comment by frammy — October 16, 2010 @ 12:41 | Reply

    • Bonjour Frammy.

      Merci beaucoup pour ton intéressante question. J’ai dû y réfléchir avec méticulosité et ma réponse est juste comme les voitures sur les routes, ainsi sur la droite. Ceci peut être vu sur la quatrième photo. Aussi Métro de Paris (Métropolitain) roule sur le côté droit.

      Bonne soirèe.

      Comment by sartenada — October 16, 2010 @ 14:36 | Reply

  9. Beautiful autumn colors! What a gorgeous place to explore and photograph. I really like the photos of the medieval red brick castle (Castle of Häme). Wow! Now, that is a place I’d like to thoroughly explore. I enjoyed your photos.

    Comment by Anna — October 17, 2010 @ 01:31 | Reply

    • Hello Anna.

      Thank You for commenting. Well, I like this small town and fall is beautiful with its colors.

      Happy photoblogging to You.

      Comment by sartenada — October 17, 2010 @ 08:33 | Reply

  10. You are right, you DO have nice fall colors too! Good to see! You did a fine job capturing the vivid colors on this outing!

    Comment by rontuaru — October 17, 2010 @ 18:48 | Reply

    • Hi Rontuaru.

      Thank You for Your kind words, they warm my heart.

      Comment by sartenada — October 18, 2010 @ 06:17 | Reply

  11. merci de ta réponse au sujet du train.
    bonne soirée

    Comment by frammy — October 17, 2010 @ 21:32 | Reply

    • Bonjour Frammy.

      Merci pour ta visite.

      Comment by sartenada — October 18, 2010 @ 06:18 | Reply

  12. Once more, some really stunning photos of this time of the year. The reflections in the water are just beautiful. I have been waiting for our annual trip to Falls Lake to get more photos. We did that yesterday, so I too will put them on my Blog. Thank you for a similar but very different outing.

    Comment by Jackie Queen — October 18, 2010 @ 15:59 | Reply

    • Hello Jackie.

      Thank You very much for Your comment. Okay, I wait eagerly for Your new fall post. The nature is in its amazing phase just now and let’s enjoy it.

      Comment by sartenada — October 18, 2010 @ 17:18 | Reply

  13. You have lovely fall colours as we do in Canada. What a beautiful lake and tour!

    Comment by Ruth — October 19, 2010 @ 03:39 | Reply

    • Hello Ruth.

      Thank You for Your kind words. A walking tour, although it were small, is refreshing one’s mind. What about if it is done in beautiful frames, then the soul is singing.

      Comment by sartenada — October 19, 2010 @ 06:11 | Reply

  14. Bonjour c’est toujours aussi agréable de regardé tes photos…..
    elles sont tres belles.
    bonne journée

    Comment by frammy — October 19, 2010 @ 12:04 | Reply

    • Merci beaucoup Frammy.

      Le même c’est valable aussi pour tes photos. Je te remercie pour tes aimables paroles.

      Belle journèe.

      Comment by sartenada — October 19, 2010 @ 13:46 | Reply

  15. What a beautiful, peaceful looking place. I love the castle and the fall colors and blue of the lake.

    Comment by kateri — October 20, 2010 @ 02:53 | Reply

    • Helo Kateri.

      I am glad that You enjoyed to take a walking tour with me around this lake.

      Comment by sartenada — October 20, 2010 @ 06:16 | Reply

  16. Fantastic autumn foliage cast upon blue skies and the contrast of the red castle – all lovely. I enjoyed these. It looked like a perfect day for a walk.

    Comment by Tammy McLeod — October 20, 2010 @ 15:27 | Reply

    • Hello Tammy.

      So nice to read that You enjoyed my photos and took a walking tour with me. Thank You.

      Comment by sartenada — October 20, 2010 @ 15:43 | Reply

  17. Precioso el lago y el castillo con esos colores otoñales.

    Saludos

    Comment by trapatroles — October 20, 2010 @ 17:54 | Reply

    • Hola Trapatroles.

      Muchas gracias por tu visita. Tu comentarioe me calenta mi corazón.

      Saludos.

      Comment by sartenada — October 21, 2010 @ 06:21 | Reply

  18. vous avez beaucoup d escaliers chez vous ? dans les rues…..
    rien de les regardé je suis deja fatigué…..lol
    bonne soirée

    Comment by frammy — October 24, 2010 @ 21:04 | Reply

    • Bonjour Frammy.

      Pas du tout ma chère madame. Pispala est une place très spéciale.

      Bonne journèe.

      Comment by sartenada — October 25, 2010 @ 12:11 | Reply


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