Rurality and urbanity II   41635
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1 Birdhide, 2,3 km
2 Avedøre-værket power plant, 4 km
3 H. C. Ørsted-værket power plant, 6 km
4 Copenhagen city hall 106 m, 8 km
5 Christiansborg (parliament) 106 m, 8 km
6 Ørestad, 3 km
7 Granathøj
8 Svenskehøj
9 Birdhide, 3,4 km
10 Sydmølle
11 Nihøje
12 Birdhide, 3 km


Location: Villahøj      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2016-05-22, 15:15
A nearly identical upload of the last; made a week later, but in bright sunshine. The main reason for showing this is that the wetland caracter of the area is better shown here, and also its former status as a military training ground.

Pano made from 40 pics (RAW), 70-200mm@70mm, 1/640 sec, iso-100, f/8, developed in DPP (daylight, neutral, moderate sharpness, ALO off), stitched in PTGui pro, contrast, downscaling and sharpening in Irfanview.

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This pano shows that even with flat surfaces you can make gorgeus views.
But it is more difficult ;-)
2018/06/04 20:32 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Ein wieder fein gemachtes Panorama. Mit dem bewegten Vordergund gefällt es mir fast besser als die Alternative mit dem dräuenden Wolkenhimmel.
Jan, trotzdem taucht wieder die Frage auf, weshalb in Deinen Panoramen so oft Kraftwerke zu sehen sind, wo doch Dänemark als Synonym für Windkrafträder steht.
2018/06/05 15:46 , Heinz Höra
Heinz, I think that is because of our leading role in research and early start in changing our energy supply. We are however still dependent on coal and oil. I think about 30% of our energy comes from sustainable sources. LG Jan.
2018/06/09 17:43 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
I like the contrasts and the very well chosen title for your pano - seems to be also an interesting location for bird watching !?!

Best regards, Hans-Jörg
2018/06/13 07:31 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle

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