Today let me introduce to you a video titled 12 ways to travel in India.
It took some ten years to shoot this video. The reason being that the scenes are from various parts of India: East, North and West of India, and I was actually living in Finland most of the time. The distance between India and Finland is some 6000 kilometers. But here it is now – 12 ways to travel in India, in just two minutes – a video inspiring and encouraging other travellers to try the Indian train, camel, horse, scooter, airplane, bicycle rickshaw and what else – see it for yourself!
See also the India video collection, the videos of which will tell you about the real India the way I saw it, heard it, experienced it, and subscribe Indivue YouTube-channel for more updates to come! You will find plenty of videos especially from North and Central Goa and South Goa as well.
I visited Oslo in Norway quite a while ago. It was summertime and the weather was fine, though every now and then the sudden rain surprised me coming down from the sunny sky without any warning. It was almost like a summer in Helsinki.
In one of them beautiful sunny moments I managed to video shoot this scene by the sea, right in the centre of Oslo. In this video you can see people having lunch in a near-by restaurant ship and hear the radio shouting so loud that one was hardly able to hear the seagulls. The small ship you see in this video might be coming back from a sightseeing tour around the nearby islands or fjords. There were many such cruises happening in Oslo centre, but unfortunately I had no chance to experience that.
Still, after watching this short video of mine you will automatically get to see more Youtubevideos about Oslo and things related, so take a look and enjoy – maybe one can find the video of fjordcruises as well someday!
You might also like to read my previous article about this same city, called Art and traveltips for Oslo, where you will see a digital painting inspired by my visit in the capital of Norway. In case you want to have the painting, read the instructions here!
Allthough Chennai is very well known for its own film industry, Tamil cinema, also known as Kollywood, there was also one nice Bollywood movie shot there, which is Chennai Express, starring Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone.
Back in 2013 when this Chennai Express movie was originally released, it was also seen in theatres in Finland. Indivue reviewed the movie Chennai Express in Finnish here.
This video is from the landscapes of Kuusamo in North of Finland. Some say Kuusamo is not yet Lapland, but to me it looked very much like it. This video was shot on top of Ruka during the ruska time in September, when the weather is cool and the trees are colourful.
Last spring 2017 I did photography on all the Helsinki metrostations, from one end to the other, from Ruoholahti to Vuosaari, and made them into collages.
It was not an easy job, since most of the people passing by looked at me as if I was taking selfies only.
You know, Helsinki has alltogether 17 metrostations by the end of summer 2017, but here covered are all the 14 stations from Ruoholahti to Vuosaari only, because for a tourist those missing 3 metrostations, Myllypuro, Kontula and Mellunmäki, don’t have much relevance. But in case you wish to visit those places, you can change the metro in Itäkeskus and it will take you there.
Another reason is, that sooner or later, this same metroline I’m talking about, metro from Vuosaari to Ruoholahti, will take you all the way from Vuosaari to neighbouring Espoo city as well. So this article is also a salute to all the people in Espoo getting to know Helsinki, in addition to all the other tourists coming to Helsinki, Finland from all over the world. So here they are, with the photocollages and relevant links to Finnish introductions, to traveltips in English and to Insta images –
All the Helsinki metrostations from Ruoholahti to Vuosaari
Helsinki metro starts from Ruoholahti, which is two stops from the centre to the west direction.
Itäkeskus is the last metrostop where you can travel with any metro you take from Helsinki centre. After Itäkeskus you will go either to Vuosaari direction or Mellunmäki direction. Here in this article we will go towards Vuosaari.
See this artistically inspired photo collage from Itäkeskus metrotunnel bigger in the following link Itäkeskus in Finnish.
This week, let me introduce to you an Indivue digital painting inspired by the city of Margao in Goa, India.
Margao is the capital of South Goa, and in case you are plannin to travel there yourself, you might want to take a look at Indivue travel experiences from South Goa and see all the Goan beachesas well.
This week let me introduce to you an Indivue digital painting inspired by the river and bridges in Rome, Italy, during the sunny and hot summer days.
In case you are plannin to travel to Rome yourself, take a look at Indivue triptips for Rome, which I wrote for Tripadvisor – you will find many handy hints from there – here’s the link http://bit.ly/TripToRome
For all you new readers let me advertise that Indivue has been photographing and blogging about various travel destinations, especially from India, for 12 years – find more of them in www.indivue.blogspot.com bilingually and remember to follow and like Indivue in social media for more inspiring art and traveltips to come!
Today I’m happy to introduce to you an Indivue digital painting inspired by Oslo, Norway.
In case you are plannin to travel to Oslo yourself, you might also want to check Indivue triptips for Oslo for your next travel to Norway, especially if you wish to eat good Indian food – find the restaurants from Indivue’s Tripadvisor page: http://bit.ly/OsloTrip