Kalundborg Fjord   81054
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1 Church of Our Lady, 13 km
2 Kalundborg transmitter station
3 Long wave transmitter 118 m, 13 km
4 Rørby Kirke, 19 km
5 Gisseløre sea mark, 13 km
6 Ubby Kirke, 24 km
7 Årby kirke, 18 km
8 Kløveshøj 100 m, 33 km
9 Asnæsværket power plant 152 m, 14 km
10 Oil refinery, 15 km
11 Urhøj 55 m, 25 km
12 Etterbjerg 97 m, 49 km
13 St. Mikkels kirke (Slagelse), 47 km
14 Musholm island, 31 km
15 Korsør Odde, 44 km
16 Asnæs peninsula, 8 km
17 Store Bælt bridge 254 m, 45 km
18 Sprogø island 24 m, 45 km


Location: Vågehøj (55 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-04-09, 19:48
An old pano from the deep vaults...A nice early spring view through the 300 mm tele to Kalundborg Fjord. Its old name was "Hærvig", meaning "Inlet for the Army". The name is 1000 years old, from the oldest larger military organisation of Scandinavia. Kalundborg Fjord was the rendevouz-point for the danish fleet, ledingsflåden. Descriped here in english:


Kalundborg Fjord has a central allocation, is sheltered from most sides, and is deep. Therefore the natural place to meet. Even today, it is one of the deepest ports in Denmark, and one of the most important pilot service ports.

Pano made from 29 LF (RAW), Canon 550D, 300mm, iso-200, f/6,3, 1/640 sec, developed in DPP (daylight, neutral, periphal illumination, ALO off, moderate sharpness, stitched in PTGui pro, contrast, downscaling and sharpening in Irfanview.


The bridge seems so delicate, nothing more than a very thin eyelid on the surface of the sea...
Ciao, Alvise
2019/03/05 13:04 , Alvise Bonaldo
Very well performed tele-motive !
2019/03/05 21:32 , Steffen Minack
Nordisch und verheißungsvoll.
2019/03/05 22:23 , Heinz Höra
I enjoy more your landscapes than some places in Italy ;-)
LG Jörg
2019/03/06 18:57 , Jörg Nitz
That is of course completely OK, Jörg :-) I myself wasn't that much into squares and churches, but when experiencing them IRL in Rome was too overwhelming to ignore, and through them I have come to appreciate them more in generel also. LG Jan.
2019/03/06 20:14 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Like this typical Danish seascape panorama much ... great location, fine mood, excellent work - "advantage Rasmussen" !!!

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2019/03/07 18:49 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Another great Danish view. I only suspect that the horizon is slightly higher on the left edge than the right edge? Cheers, Martin
2019/03/07 19:39 , Martin Kraus
Horizon is corrected. Thank you to all for the interest!
2019/03/08 08:29 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen

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