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1 Brattingborg Skov, Samsø island, 28 km
2 Ellemandsbjerg 99 m, Jylland, 55 km
3 Vejrø island, 31 km
4 Sejerø island, 23 km
5 Sejerø island, 20 km
6 Sjællands Odde peninsula, 39 km
7 Nekselø island
8 Vejrhøj 121 m, 24 km
9 Luntebjerg 84 m, 35 km
10 Saltbæk Vig -2 m, 9 km
11 Bjergsted Bakker 87 m, 20 km
12 Store Højbjerg 95 m, 25 km
13 Raklev Kirke, church, 1,9 km
14 Kløveshøj 100 m, 24 km
15 Asnæsværket powerplant, 5,7 km
16 Reersø peninsula, 20 km

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Location: Kallerup Bakke (60 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-09-05, 15:58
Almost a year ago, it looked like this...of course it looks more or less the same again now, so in lack of recent material I will try to release from the archive in about the same date as recorded.

This spot is not known as a viewpoint except for the local inhabitants, and that is a shame. The farthest view is considerable, more than 70 km, but that can only be seen in a teleshot, so I will do that another time. The unbroken view to the islands Sejerø and Nekselø, and the Vejrhøj hill is what makes this an exceptional viewpoint. The viewpoint is part of the Røsnæs peninsula, which is an end-moraine.

The pano was made in the field, so normally one cannot do panos, unless one hits the short window between harvest and recultivating.

iso100, f/10, 1/400s, 50 mm, 20 pics (RAW), developed in DPP (daylight, moderate sharpness, ALO off), a little contrast and colour adjustment, and downscaling in GIMP, one more downscaling and sharpening in Irfanview.

Comments

Very nice Jan - the pano is so crisp and clear and looks as if you are allowed to use some more pixels in height. But now the most important question .. who owns that candy-coloured vehicle :-) ?
2014/09/04 00:25 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
Thank you...yes, my car, even with an accidental sonnenstern :-) I was a little indecisive regarding the schnitt, because I also wanted the tiefblick. So more sky can only come by less bottom. I will consider it, but don't have time today. LG Jan.
2014/09/04 07:32 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Sehr schön Jan...! 
: - )) ...ich schenke Dir zur Belohnung einen Schweizer Berg!
Gruss Walter
2014/09/04 08:23 , Walter Schmidt
I think the Gründe (Vorder-, Mittel-, Hintergrund) are very well balanced, no need for a change. The news about the sun-ray reflecting red racer was THE necessary information addon to make this mountain-less enjoyable picture perfect.

Regarding the Gründe I would like to cite Robert Gernardt; I just came across these lines in
R. Gernhardt, Toscana mia; Fischer 2011

Wär da nicht der Vordergrund,
wär da auch kein Hintergrund.
Vordergrund, Hintergrund,
zuwenig Grund ist ungesund.
2014/09/04 11:10 , Christoph Seger
Christoph: interesting verses...
In case you are looking for a musical setting for them, simply take the following Lied by Achim von Arnim - Richard Strauss:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUrFyeXZNnE
Fit your words inside, starting from 1'40", and you are done.
(Just to prove that the art of recycling leads to huge time savings)

Jan: I apologize for the stupidity of my comments but, as for the picture, I think that the first comment already says everything! Cheers, Alberto.
2014/09/04 14:21 , Pedrotti Alberto
Very nice to see you here again, Jan. As expected, Denmark didn't acquire any mountains in the meantime. Luckily it is not raining heabvily, as in my last tow drives through this country. Cheers, Martin
2014/09/04 20:14 , Martin Kraus
A big smiley to all! LG Jan.
2014/09/07 20:49 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
A reader, strange to both languages, could think, the danish word 'hyggelig' and the german word 'hügelig' will mean the same thing. Of course he´s wrong, but to your panorama both words are fitting.
Greetings Wolfgang
2014/09/14 00:03 , Wolfgang Bremer

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