The Finnish word ruska doesn’t have a direct translation in English, but it basically means “the autumn colours”. It can also mean autumn-time in general. As the first night time frost of autumn sets in and the days get shorter, nature starts preparations for the coming winter. The leaves of trees change colour from green into vibrant shades of golden yellow and glowing crimson. The days become shorter, temperature drops and cold winds start blowing, but ruska makes everything feel a bit warmer. It’s everywhere you look.