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Flowers and bumblebee.

Flowers and bumblebee.

allthingsfinnish:  Nainen on kauneimmillaan tunti saunan jälkeen Elli at the sauna window by hyperbob  flickr

allthingsfinnish: Nainen on kauneimmillaan tunti saunan jälkeen Elli at the sauna window by hyperbob flickr

Spring in Finland

Spring in Finland

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Happy Midsummer to all of you! Regards Unto

Happy Midsummer to all of you! Regards Unto

Trick or Treat? Happy Halloween! -Unto

Trick or Treat? Happy Halloween! -Unto

YOU CAN ALWAYS GO DOUBLE POLE its like yoga on snow

YOU CAN ALWAYS GO DOUBLE POLE its like yoga on snow

Let ‘Er Rip! | The Light Machine Gun Fully Evolved Into A Much-Feared “Infantry Equalizer” During World War II | By Mike “Duke” Venturino | In regards to infantry combat, World War II belonged to the light machine gun (LMG). They were used by all combatant nations. If a country didn’t have the manufacturing capability to produce their own (i.e. Finland) they captured them from any adversary who did (i.e. the Soviet Union). | © GUNS Magazine 2016

Let ‘Er Rip! | The Light Machine Gun Fully Evolved Into A Much-Feared “Infantry Equalizer” During World War II | By Mike “Duke” Venturino | In regards to infantry combat, World War II belonged to the light machine gun (LMG). They were used by all combatant nations. If a country didn’t have the manufacturing capability to produce their own (i.e. Finland) they captured them from any adversary who did (i.e. the Soviet Union). | © GUNS Magazine 2016

Let ‘Er Rip! | The Light Machine Gun Fully Evolved Into A Much-Feared “Infantry Equalizer” During World War II | By Mike “Duke” Venturino | In regards to infantry combat, World War II belonged to the light machine gun (LMG). They were used by all combatant nations. If a country didn’t have the manufacturing capability to produce their own (i.e. Finland) they captured them from any adversary who did (i.e. the Soviet Union). | © GUNS Magazine 2016

Let ‘Er Rip! | The Light Machine Gun Fully Evolved Into A Much-Feared “Infantry Equalizer” During World War II | By Mike “Duke” Venturino | In regards to infantry combat, World War II belonged to the light machine gun (LMG). They were used by all combatant nations. If a country didn’t have the manufacturing capability to produce their own (i.e. Finland) they captured them from any adversary who did (i.e. the Soviet Union). | © GUNS Magazine 2016

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