Vihasoo, Käsmu, Jõelähtme



This time I took a slightly longer walk in the forest and coast of the Käsmu peninsula. Before that, I went to Vihasoo to take pictures, and later after Käsmu went to Jõelähtme.

The first destination was Vihasoo. The drive took me straight from Tallinn. I wanted to get a picture of the giant boulder of Tammispea and the bench in front of the Vihasoo community center dedicated to the local cultural groups.

A bench dedicated to the local cultural groups in front of the Vihasoo community center.

Tammispea boulder.

Tammispea boulder.



Tammispea boulder.

Then the road took straight to Käsmu. I parked my car in the parking lot at the top of the peninsula and the walk could begin. First I walked in the woods, I chose the way back along the northern coast of the peninsula. The forest there is very wonderful. Spruce and pine trees and plenty of all kinds of larger and smaller rocks in the forest. I took a lot of pictures. Many images are taken with the ICM (Intentional Camera Movement) method. 

A tree growing on a rock.

Mushrooms on a tree.

Field of boulders at Käsmu.



Field of boulders at Käsmu.

Field of boulders at Käsmu.

Forest path in Käsmus.



Mossy rocks in the forest.

Käsmu forest (ICM).

Käsmu forest (ICM).

Matsikivi boulder.

Matsikivi boulder.



Large boulder in Käsmu forest.

Käsmu forest.

When I reached the coast, I let the drone fly. I took pictures with the drone from the top of Palganeeme peninsula.

Palganeem

Palganeem

Palganeem

While walking along the seafront, I took many pictures of different rocks by the sea, because they were particularly nicely coloured there and covered with algae.

View from Käsmu toward Saartneem (or Kuradisaar – Devil’s Island).



Rocks with algae.

Rocks with algae.

Rocks with algae.

A rock with interesting colors.

A rock with interesting colors.

Algae on rocks.



View from Käsmu toward Saartneem (Kuradisaar – Devil’s Island).

View from Käsmu toward Saartneem (Kuradisaar – Devil’s Island).

Getting closer to the end point of the hike (parking lot), I sent the drone up again. This time there I wished to take pictures of Saartneem (Kuradisaar – Devil’s Island).

Saartneem (Kuradisaar – Devil’s Island).

Saartneem (Kuradisaar – Devil’s Island).

Saartneem (Kuradisaar – Devil’s Island).

Saartneem (Kuradisaar – Devil’s Island).



When the pictures had been taken with the drone, I went back to the car. I didn’t count the distances, but it took about 3.5 hours to hike.

A small lunch and then started on the way home. On the way, however, I stopped at Jõelähtme Church, where I took pictures of the church with drone.

Jõelähtme church.

Jõelähtme church.

Jõelähtme church.

Jõelähtme church.