The Storebælt-bridges connect Sjælland with Fyn. They are connected in the middle of Storebælt on the island of Sprogø. The system is consisting of the west bridge (combined road- and railway-bridge), a railway-tunnel (from Sjælland to Sprogø), and the east bridge (a suspension bridge for vehicles). The suspension bridge has a main span of 1,6 km, the longest in Europe. The pylons reach 254 m above sealevel, making them some of the highest points in Denmark.
In clear weather the pylons are visible in most of western Sjælland from high points in the landscape - Røsnæs, 45 km away, among others.
From this point Sprogø can barely been seen, it's just a little pile of soil with a lighthouse on. However, it was doubled in area with the construction of the bridges.
As you can observe around the pylons, the horizon is above the foundation. Given the hight of the hill + my own = 101,9, the distance to the horizon can be calculated: 3,856V101,9 (forgive me the simplified symbol). This gives a horizon of 39 km.
The pano was made from 9 pics (RAW). Converted in DPP (from my Canon-purchase), stitched with Hugin, scaled and sharpened with Irfanview.
300 mm, iso-200, f/6,3, 1/400 sec. Freihand, don't know the english word.