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1 Brokkebjerg 28 m, 3 km
2 Sejerø lighthouse, 26 km
3 Lindehoved Skov, Sejerø island, 20 km
4 Saltbæk Vig -2 m, 5 km
5 Brokkebjerg 26 m, Sjællands Odde peninsula, 34 km
6 Elmebjerg 41 m, Nekselø island, 14 km
7 Saltbæk Vig -2 m, 5 km
8 Gadebjerg 41 m, Nekselø island, 14 km
9 Lerbjerg 83 m, 22 km
10 Vejrhøj 121 m, 20 km
11 Lindebjerg 84 m, 13 km
12 Davrup Skov forest, 13 km
13 Kulmilebakke 69 m, 13 km

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Location: Eskilsbjerg (40 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-01-22, 13:08
This is just to finalize the previous 2 panos from here. As said, I wasn't able to shoot an overview-pano at the date of the others, but this day the snow was still there, it was quite clear, and the clouds were breaking up a little, so for the record, here it is.

The dull feeling on location was somewhat appeased by certain areas being sunbathed, like Sejerø lighthouse and central Vejrhøj, but it doesn't really show on the pano:-(

There are other places with better overviews around here, but there you can't see all of Sejerø + Nekselø islands and Vejrhøj, as you can here.

The pano made from 14 pics, 50 mm, RAWs developped in DPP, ca. 7000K, iso-200, f/8, 1/200sek, stitched with PTgui pro, rescaled and sharpened in IrfanView.

Comments

Greetings Jan,
Great Pano and there aren't many photographers (but there are some) who show their panoramas in such a good quality and especially with a sharpness which never looks overly strong but always naturally crisp. Wonder why you have chosen 2/3 of sky and not the other way round. Hope you feel better soon. HJ
2013/02/05 22:57 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
I think that what you call the "dull feeling" actually turns out to be the strong point of the composition!
2013/02/05 23:06 , Pedrotti Alberto
I agree with the opinion of Hans-Jürgen.
2013/02/06 01:26 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Rather cloudy weather, again presented attractively. And no blurred bushes in the foreground. I think the composition fits to the "dull feeling".
2013/02/06 16:46 , Jörg Braukmann
Thank you for instant feedback. Regarding the composition: I think with less sky and more foreground it would be too boring, since there is not really a "tiefblick" as reward - only more twigs and logs in the center. Also I think a low landscape gets a little more "unendlichkeit" this way. It is not idiot-proof, and I have perhaps messed up one of the next panos (from another location), where I was a bit stressed. There were not many clouds and the sun was in the way, so I should have made a 50/50 series on the spot, so it could be cropped both ways - however, I made only only one 33/66 series. There I also thought there was too much foreground, a "looking on my own feet"-feeling, and so upwards it went. LG Jan.
2013/02/06 19:14 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
You show us a typical northern winter landscape which I like because of its silence and its unspectacularity.
LG Jörg
2013/02/06 19:46 , Jörg Nitz

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