The first thing people imagine when you ask them to think about Finland is probably open spaces and cliffs covered in snow and empty of people. A few may imagine Helsinki the capital, but probably not much more than that. However, Finland is no small country, covering an area of 130,666 square miles (338,424 square km) and it has a variety of surprises, many different landscapes, and magical places. Ossi Saarinen is a Finnish photographer who has taken it as a goal to show the world the plethora of magical and beautiful nature that covers about 2/3 of the Finnish country. Beyond these fairy-tale landscapes are also the cute animal denizens that are oh-so photogenic!
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