Samsø and Djursland   81827
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1 Troldemose Bakke 110 m, Jylland, 60 km
2 Lynger Skov, Endelave island, 36 km
3 Ferry to Samsø
4 Bjerrelide 121 m, Jylland, 64 km
5 Lushage lighthouse, Samsø island, 21 km
6 Brattingborg Skov, Samsø island, 18 km
7 Jelshøj 128 m, Jylland, 60 km
8 Møllebakken 25 m, Samsø, 20 km
9 Skåde Bakker 106 m, Jylland, 58 m
10 Annebjerg 52 m, Samsø, 32 km
11 Ballebjerg 64 m, Samsø, 34 km
12 Sandballe 48 m, Samsø, 35 km
13 Telegrafbakke 41 m, Samsø, 35 km
14 Issehoved, Samsø, 35 km
15 Hønsepold 13 m, 23 km
16 Besser Rev, 23 km
17 Skanse 2m, 24 km
18 Kyholm island 11m, 25 km
19 Studstrupværket power plant 190 m, north of Århus, 66 km
20 Lindholm island 8 m, 24 km
21 Ellemandsbjerg 99 m, Helgenæs, Jylland, 48 km
22 Ferry to Århus
24 Trehøje 127 m, Mols Bjerge, 56 km
25 Vejrø island 21 m, 24 km
26 Møgelbjerg 83 m, 61 km
27 Hjulbjerg 51 m, Djursland, 49 km
28 Kastelbakke 39 m, Hjelm island, 44 km
29 Stenled Sønderskov 64 m, Djursland, 59 km


Location: Vågehøj (55 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-04-09, 19:50
The view stretches from some high hills south of Horsens, Jutland, over the islands of a.o. Endelave, Samsø, Vejrø and Hjelm, to the Djursland landscape in Jutland. Djursland is "the nose"-like peninsula on eastern Jutland.

The landscape here is most of all created by so-called dead-ice. Characteristics are the hillstructure; depending on the exact creation they can be called drumlins or glacial lake hills.

Drumlins are created at the edge of the ice, and often a whole group of drumlins are created. On my former telepano, the landscape of Hindsholm, the northeastern part of Fyn, is such a drumlin-group. Here, Hønsepold is a typical drumlin. Imagine the edge of the ice with melting floods coming out from time to time. With the ice lying still, all the sediment and gravel will be washed out on the same place. As soon as a rock or icechunk are in the way, the sediment will pile up, and the proces becomes self-reinforcing. The drumlins will then appear like half-buried eggs: always the highest and steepest part pointing to the ice, and a longer slope pointing away.

The glacial lake hills (don't know the right english word) are typical in that they become round with flat tops and steep slopes. Hjelm is a typical example. Here you must imagine the dead ice as having melted lakes of water upon the surface. Soon the ice is like a cheese, with the lakes melting deeper and deeper. Sediment and gravel will be left on the bottom and will increase in mass from the area around it. The hills can be said to be inverted replicas of the lakes.

Pano made from 48 LF (RAW), Canon 550D, 300 mm, iso-200, f/6,3, 1/800 sec, developed in DPP (daylight, neutral, ALO off, periphal illumination, moderate sharpness), stitched in PTGui pro, contrast, downscaling and sharpness in Irfanview.


Great! I especially like the color of the sky.
2019/03/11 08:37 , Jens Vischer
Thx! Description and labels are now ready.
2019/03/11 17:38 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
What a beautiful light, sight and silence !
The only thing I don't like are the blurred bushes at 310°, have you tried with F16 for example ?
2019/03/11 20:18 , Steffen Minack
I am not sure if it is better, but if you scroll fast, perhaps you won't notice :-)
2019/03/11 21:37 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Wonderful light and sight. I´m in favour for such Danish motifs. In the area of 310° the processing tracks are visible on the water. Maybe you can hide them more. I want to enjoy the panorama by scrolling slow.
2019/03/13 17:12 , Jörg Braukmann
The problem comes from a very broad and blurred treetop. The colourtone has shifted noticeably between the 2 ends of the treetop. Any good ideas to smoothen it out, before I try out myself?
2019/03/14 16:31 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Reload 2.0 
Still not really good, but perhaps better...
2019/03/15 20:13 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Here I like to find islands and coasts in every direction.
LG Jörg
2019/03/17 22:54 , Jörg Nitz

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