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A moody picture of pine trees that fade away somewhere... into the fog at the edge of the forest.

Shipping costs €0 to all of Finland, Åland and Sweden!

  • Hand-assembled and quality-assured traditional canvas board
  • The fabric is tensioned to a durable frame.
  • The board is made using a high-quality method to guarantee the best color brilliance and color durability.
  • The board uses high-quality matte fabric.
  • The fabric that folds to the sides gives the picture a beautiful depth and the high-quality fabric has a natural surface!
  • An atmospheric board whose harmonious colors suit many homes.

Pitkospuu are both history and today. Before the road networks began to intersect in Lapland's boreholes, long trees were an important part of forest paths and routes between villages. Since Lapland is largely swampy terrain, the means of transportation had to be forcibly led over the valleys as well.

The old longwoods could have been simple lines made of pine planks laid side by side across the marshland. Such simple methods were used, for example, on the routes leading to the deer meadows.

At times, more effort had been put in, especially on the much-used routes between villages, and a wooden path made through sawn logs on top of cross-trees was pleasant for the feet. Those who needed the route were responsible for the maintenance of the long trees, and often it was enough to throw a suitable tree trunk on top of the part rotted by the swamp water.

Today, the forest board is largely responsible for the long trees on the tourist routes. Today, unfortunately, wooden spans are often replaced by bridges made of brushed steel. The advantage of the substitutes that hum under these steps is that they do not rot.

Another phenomenon is that the routes are made of ash stone as some kind of road. Both solutions are practical, but they do not appeal to the tradition-loving hiker. In the picture, the pine trees disappear into the fog and go somewhere, just like human life.

— The photographer tells

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  • Hand assembled
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