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1 Mørkemose Bjerg 105 m, 36 km
2 Etterbjerg 97 m, 5 km
3 Lindebjerg 93 m, 9 km
4 Overdrevsbakke 116 m, 40 km
5 Slots Bjergby Kirke (church)
6 Kobanke 123 m, 46 km
7 Lolland island, 48 km
8 Stigsnæs power plant, 19 km
9 Agersø island, 21 km
10 Egholm island, 17 km
11 Langeland island, 43 km
12 Langeland island, 36 km
13 Fyn island, 46 km
14 Fyn island, 38 km
15 Korsør Nor, 11 km
16 Korsør, 13 km
17 E20
18 Storebælt bridge, 254 m, 20 km
19 Storebælt
20 Romsø island, 38 km
21 Hindsholm peninsula, Fyn Island, 46 km
22 Røsnæs peninsula, 40 km
23 Kløveshøj 100 m, 21 km
24 Galgebakke
25 Knøsen 99 m, 28 km
26 Sct. Mikkels Kirke (church), Slagelse


Location: Hashøj (93 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-03-11, 16:11
Denmark in march (in mild winters) is a symphony in brown, which is effectively conveyed here, I think. This pano, and the next to follow, are taken from two mighty burrows, Hashøj and Galgebakke, close to each other, south of Slagelse. They offer an excellent view, apart from a tv-tower close by, over Storebælt and Southwestern Sjælland. As a little sidekick, the highest natural hill of Sjælland can be seen from here, albeit a bit obscured by the nearby church of Slots Bjergby. However, the Great Belt-link steels the show. The overall view to the south and west is best viewed from Hashøj, the southern burrow, and the view to the north and east is best viewed from Galgebakke, the northern burrow. The farthest view is 60 km, to the southern part of Sjælland, but that is also obscured, by nearby trees.

Forgive me for presenting this outdated material, but the last year has been very busy for me, but in a good way, so don't worry...

Pano made from 27 pics (RAW), 50 mm, iso-200, f/9, 1/320 sec, developed in DPP (daylight, moderate sharpness, auto optimizing off), stitched in PTgui pro, shadows brightened up in GIMP (curves), cropped, down-scaled, and sharpened in Irfanview.


Great to see you back as an active contributor, and great to learn more about your country. Cheers, Martin
2015/05/30 11:44 , Martin Kraus
Hello again !
Gruss, Danko.
2015/05/30 21:21 , Danko Rihter
I thank for the interest so far. I have however made a reload, since I think the gegenlicht was a bit on the edge. I think this is a little better. Let me know if it is not. LG Jan.
2015/05/31 21:51 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Prima, daß Du wieder was zeigst. Der Gegenlichtbereich ist sehr gut gelungen. Am besten gefallen mir die schräg einfallenden Sonnenstrahlen.
LG Fried
2015/06/01 08:31 , Friedemann Dittrich
I am very pleased that the silent observer is back! I enjoy your panoramas from your home region.

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2015/06/01 23:13 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Sad mood - good view. I think Gegenlicht is better and okay now.
2015/06/02 15:24 , Jörg Braukmann
Wieder ein schöner Streifen Deiner Heimatinsel, Jan. Fein gezeichnet die vielen Details.
Auf den gesamten Vordergrund scheint aber eine Riesenwolke ihren Schatten zu werfen. Wenn man den partiell aufhellen würde (#2850), dann würde das Ganze etwas freundlicher wirken.
2015/06/02 18:54 , Heinz Höra
Dear Heinz. Thank you very much for your energy. Heinz' testplatz:

I have uploaded the initial "unplugged" version on my own testplatz:

You are right about the mighty shadow around me, and as JB notes, it gave a kind of melancholic feeling to the afternoon. That is why I wouldn't bright it up too much. LG Jan.
2015/06/02 19:57 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Jan, es stimmt, die Aufhellung zerstört die Stimmung und ist deshalb unangebracht. So gesehen, ist das auf Deinem Testplatz fast noch stimmiger - aber der Himmel ist nicht optimal.
PS: Bei Kunstlicht sieht es auch heller aus als bei Tageslicht, selbst gedämpften.
2015/06/02 23:02 , Heinz Höra
This is the proof: Not only the scenery of the Eifel sometimes looks gloomy and melancholy during winter times ;-). Welcome back as an active participator.
Kind regards, Matthias.
2015/06/02 23:36 , Matthias Stoffels
After viewing all three versions I want to say: I like this one best. It´s not easy to find the most fitting mood every time, when we take in account the amount of possibilities we have to improve the pictures.
Mange Hilsen Wolfgang
2015/06/04 00:23 , Wolfgang Bremer
Thank you once again for the interest. KR Jan.
2015/06/13 22:00 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen

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