36 hours in the far north.

so, as predicted by me, this entry is about a wedding. in Oulu. the far north. of finland. *insertthenorthshallrisepunhere*

naturally, we expected snow, igloos, reindeers, eskimos, northern lights, santa clause and lonely drunk eremites, or in short: finnish summer.

only .. like.. 4 of those cliches were actually proven wrong.

first off, the wedding was a blast, the bride (and the groom) were beautiful, happy and looked like 100 bucks. here, see for yourself.


second, everyone was crying (and despite our expectations, none of these tears froze instantly, it was.. slightly above 0 degrees.


eating is fun, especially if its topped off by vegan cake, coffee, liquor, wine and jelly beans! my body is a temple.


dancing time. sadly, due to my world war 2 accident, i couldnt participate. what a shame.


look at this. its 9 pm. NINE. P. M. AND THE FREAKING SUN IS FREAKING SHINING LIKE FREAKING FREAK. goddamn it was hauntingly beautiful.


heres the woman, looking gorgeous hippie-esque with some jesus-influence.


bridal smile!


didnt catch the flowers. next time.


luckily, the watchdog was on duty. he scared off 3 icebears and a drunk elk.


thanks so much, Alli and Khalid (and everyone else), it was amazing!

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