Filling the frame on a day trip to Tallinn, Estonia, last summer.
The ferry ride from Helsinki, Finland, takes about 2 hours, depending on which ferry you choose.
Typical summer weather: grey skies. (But no snow.)
And ah! I have arrived – this is what I came for. Little baked treats. I was looking for cake, but brunch time pain au chocolate straight from the bakery’s oven did the trick just perfectly. We don’t really have bakeries in Helsinki, they’ll just chuck frozen products in the oven, products that were actually made in a centralized factory somewhere, who-knows-when, so it was refreshing to see the bakery workers actually making dough right in front of my eyes.
I’m not sure if the last photo fills the frame (I need to include those trash can balloons, so this is as tight a crop as you’ll get!) but I want to show you the bakery from the outside so you can visit it yourself the next time you are in Tallinn.