They photographed this island in the 4 seasons of the year, and the images are beautiful
If anyone is fond of recording Scandinavian weather events, his name is Jani Ylinampa. With 15 years of experience, the photographer is known above all for capturing the unique beauty of aurora borealis; but in its portfolio there are also incredible images of the lush nature of one of the most extreme regions of the north of the Old Continent, Lapland.
The Finn's latest endeavor was to record a remote island during the four seasons of the year and show how the effects of the region's harsh climate operate on the landscape of the place. With a drone and a little patience, he was able to capture spectacular scenes of this distant piece of land, whose first human settlement dates back to the 18th century.
At that time, the islet, called Kotisaari, served as a crossing point for loggers who carried tree trunks along the Ounasjoki and Kemijoki rivers in northern Finland; Road paving, however, changed the way production flowed, and the strategic importance of the small expanse of land was reduced over time. Nowadays, tourists can visit it and visit a tavern opened in an old building that has been completely revitalized. Here's how it looks during the four seasons of the year: