Evening Terneuzen   82659
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1 Soccer Terneuzen, 1.4km
2 Ski dome, 5 km
3 Sluiskill industry, 6.5 km
4 Wind mills in Belgium around Arcelor Mittal, 17 km
5 Arcelor Mittal Belgium most polluting iron factory in Europe, 18 km
6 Rodenhuize coal power plant, 23 km
7 Ghent city, 32 km
8 Sea canal Gent-Terneuzen
9 Sea lock 290x40x12.5m with ship, 1.6 km
10 Saint Vincent church (93.5m) Eeklo (B), 25 km
11 Terneuzen center, 500-600m
12 Town hall Terneuzen
13 Water tower Oostburg (NL), 25 km
14 Container cranes Seabruges (B), 44.7 km
15 Dow Chemical, 3.2 km


Location: Terneuzen, Waterfront (70 m)      by: Mentor Depret
Area: Netherlands      Date: 2017 10 05
This is an evening view in normal perspective of the Terneuzen area from Waterfront in southern to western directions. By the way, this pano is shot from the same window as 'Look into abyss' No. 22338.

Canon Eos M6 with EF-M 18-150 mm, 10 pics, 43 mm (68.8 mm KB, with pano crop about 73 mm KB), iso 250, f 5.6, 1/6 s, stitched with PTGui pro, 30643x3862 21MB jpeg, downsized: 4043x500, 817KB jpeg.


Atmospheric. How many lights are there?
2017/10/10 15:20 , Jörg Braukmann
Jörg, I haven't count them but I guess thousands. On the Dow factory alone perhaps a thousand.
2017/10/10 15:28 , Mentor Depret
Really beautiful. BR Jan.
2017/10/10 18:26 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
thx Jan, you know this pano has been the reason for me to buy a PTGui license because Hugin completely destroyed the colors of the sky.
2017/10/10 19:06 , Mentor Depret
Very nice view.
2017/10/12 20:51 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Fine highlight at the end with the mirroring in the windows - very well composed, Mentor !!

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2017/10/14 17:39 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
When natural and artificial light blend in similar brightness, there is always a special mood...
2017/10/15 20:37 , Martin Kraus
Yes Martin, that is very true and that is why I love to photograph half an hour to an hour after sunset.
2017/10/15 21:36 , Mentor Depret

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