A view into north-western Skåne   93090
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1 Kullen lighthouse, 22 km
2 Gregers Backer, 22 km
3 Mölle, 21 km
5 Håkull 188 m, 22 km
6 Bjäre peninsula 183 m, 44 km
7 Lyngebjärs Knall 200 m, 44 km
9 Höganäs, 15 km
10 Högalteknall 226 m, 52 km
11 Lerberget, 14 km
12 P. 218 m, 54 km
14 P. 203 m, 58 km
15 P. 132 m, 48 km
16 Viken, 14 km
17 Svedberga 62 m, 22 km
18 P. 138 m, 48 km
19 P. 73 m, 35 km
20 P. 135 m, 55 km
21 P. 129 m, 52 km
22 Domsten, 15 km
23 Kulla Gunnarstorp manor house, 17 km
24 P. 162 m, 43 km
25 P. 162 m, 42 km
26 Hittarp, 17 km
28 P. 189 m, 44 km
29 P. 187 m, 44 km
30 P. 209 m, 48 km


Location: Hesbjerg (50 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-10-12, 15:07
This view into the north-western Skåne shows some of the prominent horsts of the landscape. From here, one can see 3 that are higher than anything in Denmark. A further 3 or 4 lies in the east and south of the landscape. The danish island Bornholm can also be considered as such. They are all NW-SE in orientation, and give a sudden boreal feel; when you hit Hallandsåsen, the woods take over, and from there, fields are in the forests and not the other way round.

As said at the former panos, these Sweden views are deeply rooted in me, and I am happy to finally getting round to panoramise some of them. As a boy I was so often in Skåne (20 minutes with the ferries from Helsingør) + having Swedish television, that I couldn't consider Sweden a real foreign country - I always feel that a DDR visit in 1986 was my first REALLY foreign experience:-)

By coincidence, it all fitted as a band of (from below) autumn colours, Øresund, Skåne, and the sky. I had to accept a few blurred twigs at the buttom; I hope you can see beyond that.

Pano made from 36 pics (RAW), 300 mm, iso-100, 1/1000 sec, f/7,1, developed in DPP (neutral, cloudy, a little brighter, - 1 saturation, moderate sharpness), stitched in PTgui pro, a little contrast adjustment in GIMP, down-scaling and sharpening in IrfanView.


Es freut mich für Dich, daß Du von dieser Dir wichtigen Landschaft so eine schöne Aufnahme machen konntest. Die paar unscharfen Äste sind für mich kein Problem. Der bunte Herbstwald ist ein guter farblicher Kontrast zum blauen Meer. LG Fried
2013/10/24 07:24 , Friedemann Dittrich
Schönes Schonen!
2013/10/24 11:18 , Arne Rönsch
Mich beschäftigen hier mehr der Öresund und die Berichte, die gerade jetzt aus Anlaß der vor 70 Jahren erfolgten Rettung des größten Teils der dänischen Juden vor der Deportation durch die Nazi-Wehrmacht gebracht wurden. Es ist schön zu sehen, wie nahe die gegenüberliegende Küste ist.
2013/10/24 22:42 , Heinz Höra
Gut gemachtes Pano!
VG, Danko.
2013/10/29 22:17 , Danko Rihter
Interessante und stimmungsvolle Küstenstudie. Bildaufbau und Herbstfarben gefallen mir sehr gut. Da stören die paar unscharfen Blätter im Vordergrund so gut wie gar nicht.
2013/10/30 16:30 , Jörg Braukmann
@Heinz: It even has a german wiki-page:


LG Jan.
2013/11/01 16:55 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Danke, Jan.
Aber etwas anderes bewegt mich, nachdem ich Arne's kurzen Kommentar gelesen hatte. Gibt es in Dänemark noch Ressentiments wegen des Verlusts von Schonen?
2013/11/01 17:57 , Heinz Höra
@Heinz: only on a fun scale - and most vivid among nature interested people, since many great locations, species and habitats exist in Skåne, Halland and Blekinge (the old east dane landscapes). As a relict, Bornholm was kept for Denmark (they liberated themselves and was transferred back to Denmark shortly after the lost wars).

Denmark was badly led by from 1600 to 1900, and that shows. All the losses are from wars the Danes themselves started.

The strange thing is, that there is a movement in Skåne itself to focus on the danish heritage and further independence from Sweden. LG Jan.
2013/11/01 18:18 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Once again an example that waiting a bit, reading all the text and then appreciating the pano is probably a better strategy than short-term consumption. I again learnt a lot.
Your comment about DDR being a foreign country in 1986 triggers some remembering: From my west German perspective, DDR in 1984 was a lot stranger than Scotland or Italy, visited in the same time. Really good, that nowadays, all of this is growing together as Europe. (I hope nobody will take offense)
Cheers, Martin
2013/11/13 21:20 , Martin Kraus

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