I finally got the chance to deal with the photos from our second mutual one-day trip to Järvakandi, a little borough in central Estonia. The occasion was E.'s paternal grandmother's birthday and the date of our trip and also the photographs (the first five were taken shortly before Järvakandi) was the 18th of August. We were also there last year and back then I made two separate blog posts about it. So, if you're interested, explore those from here and here... and why not notice the possible differences.
crop top - Lindex; asymmetrical belted skirt - Tally Weijl; pearls - from a department store in Tartu; sunnies - Emporio Armani; wedges - thrifted odeon.
I and P. (E.'s younger sister) had two exciting photo hunts and a lot of fun as a bonus.
Our first expedition contained the search of a mysterious river (and not finding it), talking about hidden dead bodies, cars, photography and so on, some magical sand hills, a creepy old caterpillar tractor, a few abandoned buildings, a colossal deserted swimming pool and a big rock lizard. By the way, now abandoned Järvakandi swimming pool was built in the end of the 1950s and it used to be popular in whole Soviet Union. Swimming schools held their training camps there and lots of competitions took place. Such a piercing place indeed!