Røsnæs from Asnæs   73301
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1 Store Bælt, Great Belt, + 7 km
2 Point of Røsnæs peninsula 16 m, 13 km
3 Bavnebjerg 24 m, 12 km
4 Vågehøj 55 m, 11,8 km
5 Listrup Bakke 61 m, 10,9 km
6 Guldbjerg 63 m, 10,5 km
7 Skåndysse 53 m, 10,5 km
8 Ulstrup village, 8,5 km
9 Horsedalen, rough dry pasture, 7,5 km
10 Møllehøj 55 m, 7,3 km
11 Kongstrup Klint, small rough pasture
12 P. 55 m, 5,5 km
13 Nostrup village, 5 km
14 Hjorthøj 61 m, 4 km
15 Former mental hospital, now penthouse apartments, 3 km
16 Former recreational forest, for the psychiatric patients
17 Bøgebjerg 59 m, 3,9 km
18 Brandsbjerg
19 Raklev Høje 55 m, 3,8 km
20 Ulshøj 35 m, 3,9 km
21 Sortenstenen
22 Church of Our Lady, 3,5 km
23 Møllebakken 36 m, 4,2 km
24 Grain silo, 3,6 km
25 Ferry Århus-Kalundborg
26 Eskilsbjerg 43 m, 7,3 km
27 Tømmerup Banke 41 m, 7,8 km
28 Chimney from Asnæsværket power plant, 3,2 km


Location: Asnæs Forskov (1 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-01-20, 14:26
Made during a stroll with friends and family. Nothing special, but again it's the combination of snow and sea that motivated me. You might think there are endless opportunities for panos across the fjord, but really there isn't; always a tree or a building in the way, or no trespassing.

The south face of the Røsnæs peninsula is famous among danish entomologists and botanists. With only 500 mm rain/year on the sunexposed slopes, a steppe-like relictfauna has kept a foothold here. Interesting species are: Common Rock-rose Helianthemum nummularium, Bloody cranesbill Geranium sanguineum, Field Cow-wheat Melampyrum arvense, Small Pasque Flower Pulsatilla pratensis, Spiked Speedwell Veronica spicata, Oberthür's Grizzled Skipper Pyrgus armoricanus and Purseweb Spider Atypus affinis.

Pano made from 15 pics (RAW), developed in DPP (cloudy, neutral, moderate sharpness), stitched with PTgui pro, 50 mm, iso-100, f/9, 1/250 sec.


Myself always being drawn to areas that are as three-dimensional as possible, I am surprised to see how impressive your panos from this rather flat part of the world are. Cheers, Martin
2013/03/09 08:16 , Martin Kraus
It's the sea which fascinates me most in this pano. It looks like a rather rough carpet. KR Wilfried
2013/03/09 18:04 , Wilfried Malz
I think it is very difficult to find good motifs without any mountains or towers. But you find them. This is very well chosen!
LG Jörg
2013/03/09 21:30 , Jörg Nitz
Well done. The shaded foreground, the sea and the coast illuminated in the background. And above a beautiful cloudy sky.
2013/03/09 23:15 , Jörg Braukmann
I am very glad you like it despite of it's non-spectacular nature. LG Jan.
2013/03/10 07:53 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Again with great sharpness, so much detail can be seen admiring.
The sea looks exactly like in my panorama # 11200, although that was created in the autumn. Here, I see several places where the Stitcher has not so well blended. Jan, if you now have PTGui Pro, then you could improve these transitions by masking. I know that this is not so easy.
2013/03/12 19:45 , Heinz Höra
Well done.
2013/03/13 00:51 , Giuseppe Marzulli

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