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1 Esterhøj 89 m, 0,7 km
2 Djursland peninsula, Jylland, 65 m, 64 km
3 Odden Færgehavn (Ferry Port), 19 km
4 Hulbjerg 29 m, 17 km
5 Dyrehøj 53 m, 11 km
6 Gudmindrup Lyng heath, 8 km
7 Hesselø island 20 m, 42 km
8 Korevlerne sandbanks, 6 km
9 Hønsinge Lyng heath, 3 km
10 Sekshøje 51 m, 11 km
11 Højby Kirke church, 10 km
12 Annebjerg 62 m, 11 km
13 Frederiksværk, NE-Sjælland, 36 km

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Location: Path from Møllestrædet in Høve (85 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2012-08-13, 13:33
This summer I have been really busy recording flora and fauna, but honestly there have only been very few clear days. Therefore the archive must be consulted, and first in line is this one from last august.

The day was very clear, and luckily I had the day off from lunchtime. I spent the whole day making panos, shooting more than 800 pics. First stop was on this (so far) nameless hill, where the best unspoiled view is given over the Sjællands Odde peninsula. There are a few far away sightings; they are better viewed on the tele-version; here is a overview to get an idea of the landscape.

The shortgrass-area between the forested part (holiday homes) and the bay is one of the best locations for butterflies on Sjælland (above all amandus, idas, argus, hippothoe, virgaureae, semele, selene, aglaja). All these species have seen an unprecedented decline in the last 30 years, and are now only present on a few isolated locations. This and last summer I have spent trying to document whatever interesting flora and fauna present on as many marginal locations as possible, like here.

Pano made from 15 pics (RAW), iso-100, f/11, 1/500 sec, developed in DPP (neutral, moderate sharpness, forgotten temp...), stitched with PTgui pro. Re-scaled and sharpened in IrfanView.

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Ein unerwartertes aber sehr geschickt positioniertes Ende!

lG,
Jörg E.
2013/08/22 23:46, Jörg Engelhardt
Welcome back Jan! ... the summer seems to say goodbye in Denmark! Regards, Hans-Jörg
2013/08/23 21:08, Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Welcome back after such a long time! I hope you will show us some actual panos next time but of course this older one is a very nice beginning of your third time here.
LG Jörg
2013/08/23 22:45, Jörg Nitz
archaeology... 
Danke für das "willkommen"! This summer has been warm and sunny, but not with particular clear weather. Most recent panos are from Brocken, week 32, and that wasn't particular clear neither. My archive is however overfloating, so you must suffer some more oldies, I am afraid...unless I throw in a flower-pano...Thx anyway. LG Jan.
2013/08/23 23:03, Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
I am sure we will enjoy your older panos as well ;-)
LG Jörg
2013/08/23 23:06, Jörg Nitz
Well done and an amazing finisch.
2013/08/25 18:51, Jörg Braukmann

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