Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Monday, June 29, 2009
The controversial glass pole didn't care about peoples protests and signatures and is now up and open for everyone's eyes, fingers and urine. Not much else to do than to take weird photographs as now it has become unclear what the statue is for: The War of Independence or for general freedom?
Situated in the centre of Tallinn, at the edge of Freedom Square. Coordinates are not necessary because one just can't miss it, especially at night when it - if to use the words of the girl on the picture - shines like a bloody christmas tree.
Ah, we'll learn to love it. Or ignore it. At least it's something new and very different for the town. Hopefully the concrete square that will be built in front of it will be prettier and more suitable than the parking lot that was there for years.
Photo by Mare Sabolotny on 26th of June 2009 in Tallinn.
Nice female (with topless male drummer) Heavy-Metal from Estonian-Russian border town Narva. The band called "Cash". Read more about this town & Slavic sense. Photo by Aapo Ilves. Bike Weekend, Sammuli, 26. 06. 2009.
Monday, June 22, 2009
Monday, June 15, 2009
Everybody knows that boys with guitars are so popular that girls just drop on the couch no questions asked.
Photo: Vahur Afanasjev (Estonian casting agency Kass Ting), concert of Eliit (an everchanging star band this time incorporating Vaiko Eplik, Aapo Ilves, Janek Kesselmann) in Dublin, Ireland, 6. June 2009.
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Good ol' boys appreciate classic values. That goes for the upper ventral region, too. If you party has just won the majority of Estonian seats in the European Parlament, you couldn't be blamed for being positively aroused by the beauty of the nature.
In my opinion Vilja Savisaar is a healthy change for Estonian MEPs. Enough of those chubby aunties and flat socialist lesbos. (The last two sentences express solely my personal view, not the the view of other authors of our blog).
Photo by Andres Putting (freelance/Delfi), 8. June 2009
Monday, June 8, 2009
As most of the European countries, Estonia held the elections for the European Parlament last Sunday. A Soviet Moskvitch car decorated with Estonian national flags is a stylish way to go voting. Btw, I used to have one of those in 90ies. It's engine showed an amazing ability to stop working when the car was heading downhill no gear engaged.
Photo by Rosin (Kass Ting casting agency) on Tallinn-Narva motorway 7 June 2009.