An afternoon on Rakkerbanken   92166
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1 Spangsbro village, 1,5 km
2 Northwestern point of Sejerø island, 27 km
3 Skagelse Bjerg (Sejerø island) 29 m, 26 km
4 Grønnebjerg (Sejerø island) 27 m, 22 km
5 Saltbæk Vig -2 m, 7 km
6 Kongshøj 30 m, 20 km
7 Southeastern point of Sejerø island, 20 km
8 Saltbæk Vig -2 m, 6 km
9 Brokkebjerg Sjællands Odde peninsula) 26 m, 35 km
10 Lindebjerg Skov (forest) 26 m, 1,6 km
11 Gadebjerg (Nekselø island) 41 m, 13 km
12 Saltbæk Vig -2 m, 5 km
13 Odd spot of sunshine...
14 Vejrhøj 121 m, 19 km
15 Grevinge Bakker 71, 30 km
16 Luntebjerg 84 m, 30 km
17 Sneris Skov (forest), 3 km
18 Lindebjerg 84 m, 12 km
19 Kulmilebakke 69 m, 12 km
20 Jyderup telemast 311 m + 11 m NN, 18 km
21 Bjergsted Bakker 87 m, 11 km
22 Highway 21 to Copenhagen, 2 km
23 Store Højbjerg 95 m, 16 km
24 Langås 77 m, 15 km
25 Bavnetop (tumulus) 35 m, 0,5 km
26 Hegnsbakke 73 m (with telemast), 9 km
27 Saltofte Bjerg 81 m, 8,7 km
28 Sønderbjerg 83 m, 15 km
29 Bøgebjerg 48 m, 1,2 km
30 Kløveshøj 100 m, 17 km
31 Hanghøj 45 m, 6,9 km
32 Rørby Kirke (church) 25 m, 3,9 km
33 Årby Kirke (church) 25 m, 3,8 km
34 Rørmose (moor), 2 km
35 Statoil refining (petrols), 5 km
36 Oil and gasoline storage, 5 km
37 Asnæs-værket powerplant, 5 km
38 Asnæs Forskov (forest) 20 m, 9 km
39 Tømmerup Kirke (church), 0,7 km
40 Asnæs Vesterskov (forest) 19 m, 12 km
41 Kalundborg Fjord, 8 km
42 Two antennas from former longwave radiostation, Gisseløre peninsula, 5 km
43 Asnæs, 14 km
44 Grain container on the harbour, 5 km
45 Vor Frue Kirke (Church of Our Lady), 5 km
46 Møllebakke 36 m, 4,5 km
47 Raklev Høje 55 m, 5 km

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Location: Rakkerbanken (45 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-01-11, 15:38
This hill is quite close to Eskilsbjerg, where the former pano was made. Unlike the former, you can make 360-degrees pano here. Only minor disadvantage is, that you cannot see Nekselø island as good as from Eskilsbjerg - part of it is hidden behind the trees of Lindebjerg Skov (forest).

As most of my panos, it was hastely made after work - I was driving home, and so-called Kattegat-showers had swept us in clouds all day. Around sunset the clouds broke more up, and I turned back and "climbed" this hill in a hurry, and just made it before it was too dark.

I like the clouds here, so again it's a 1/3 earth and 2/3 sky, but also the strange spotlight on Vejrhøj is notable. To explain Kattegat-showers: When a cold northwind travels over the relative warm Kattegat, it will build up clouds and showers. Sometimes only scattered clouds, sometimes massive snowfalls - and sometimes only the longest way over water produces snow. Then only the area around Roskilde gets snow and everything else only clouds. Funny phenomenon, which I have witnessed severel times.

Pano made from 33 pics (RAW) at 50 mm, developed in DPP: 6500K, Neutral, moderate sharpness, 1 tick lightened in the shadows. iso-200, f/8, 1/200 sec. Stitched in PTgui, rescaled and sharpened in IrfanView.

Comments

Beautiful!
2013/02/18 20:52 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Klasse Wolken, besonders links.

lG,
Jörg E.
2013/02/18 21:28 , Jörg Engelhardt
Sehr gute Aufteilung (Himmel/Erde) wie ich meine, bei einer optimalen Brennweite. Manche Wolken schon fast gemäldeartig - schön. VG HJ
2013/02/18 22:50 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
Very special!
2013/02/19 09:29 , Christoph Seger
Great cloud show, in very natural mood and colors. Cheers, Martin
2013/02/19 18:57 , Martin Kraus
long and interesting show combined with nice clouds.
LG Jörg
2013/02/20 19:14 , Jörg Nitz
Another beautiful winter impression. I hope you are not going to make a creative break in the summer like last year. Surely there are also many summer-motivs.
2013/02/22 00:19 , Jörg Braukmann
Thank you so much for your feedback.

@Jörg B: I am happy that you see the year-round potential in Denmark for panos. I admit that I was busy during the summer with other things, but I still did a lot of panos. Hugin crashed in may for me, and I spend a lot of time trying to fix it. Finally I gave up and switched to PTgui.

LG Jan.
2013/02/23 14:19 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Great!
Cheers, Danko.
2013/02/28 22:58 , Danko Rihter

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