Although the weather was a bit rainy and intensely gloomy, we absolutely enjoyed our time there since it was still quite warm outside. Also I was charmed by the stillness and the sight where the smooth water and the cloudy sky imperceptibly joined. I finally had to recognize the beauty of fall. And the nearness of a lake or the sea gives me some kind of special, peaceful feeling.
So, for an example we visited the Centre for Limnology. This research centre was launched in 1954 and it focuses on Estonian inland waters, the main task being the elaboration of scientific bases for economic utilisation and protection of Estonian inland water bodies. The station has its own port and from there we saw Tondisaar (means "Ghost Island" in Estonian) which is the little islet with an area of less than a hectare and it stretches some metres above the level of Lake Võrtsjärv. Ghost Island has offered shelter to those looking for solitude. Erik by the way is interested in visiting the tiny islet in the future but we'll see about that.
Last but not least, I'm very pleased with the photos and hope you do enjoy my favourites. Be sure to tell me what you think.
I was wearing: sweater - Guess; scarf, waist-belt, pants (Lindex), coat - all thrifted; boots - Gebok; earrings - Seppälä.