Photographer's Note

It's an old and very narrow street going under the highway. In that area of the town, the places and roads are named after the national epic of Finland - which is Kalevala. This street is called Louhenkatu (Louhi was The Mistress of the North. She is described as a powerful witch with the ability to change shape and weave mighty enchantments).

I'm not quite sure why I took the picture. However, looking at it now it reminds me of a classic story "Mickey and the revolt of the shadows" by Giovan Battista Carpi where the shadows of the people abandoned their "masters" and started living a life of their own. More possible explanation is, though, that seeing a cyclist especially there was so unexpected that it alone was worth pushing the button.

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