Muljeid mõnest väikesest reisist, kahest pisikesest plikatirtsust ja tillukesest aialapist
I wish I could read Estonian. I enjoy your photos very much. I was interested to know who built the bunkers of stone. You take very nice photos.
I am glad you like the blog. Yes, its all in Estonian but I am happy to answer all the questions in English. I am not sure which bunkers you had in mind - I have several pictures of old buildings in my blog (cultural heritage is both a hobby and work of mine) The last, posted today, were about little abandoned chapel in the mountains of Corfu, Greek island and also about Palies Sinies, an abandoned greek village in the mountains.
I sent an email, but I forgot to add that now that I know the language is Estonian I can use auto translate for things I want to know about the photo. I thought the people walking were soldiers, now I see you and another were cutting down a tree and then built a fire. Ah ... a picture isn't always a 1000 words.
I checked my e-mail but it is not here yet, well it is a long way to Estonia :) These auto translate programs can be helpful but usually the translated text turns out as a mess and it's hard to work it out. The people walking and cutting down a tree is actually interesting story, I am not sure one can figure it out without explanation. It is an educational programme by the Estonian State Forest Management Centre where participants can dress up as forest workers of 1920ies and they each personate a different role of a person of that time. Also they get the old tools for forest work and instructions how to work with them. Later they can eat home-made bread and grilled meat by the fire. I helped to develop this programme and at the pictures we try it first time on our co-workers.