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1 Kelsnor lighthouse
2 Kelsnor
3 Appr. Heiligenhafen area, 46 km
4 Pils Berg (D), 47 km
5 Steilküste Schwedeneck (D), 48 km
6 Hulbjerg Jættestue - tumulus
7 Dimesodde, 2 km
8 Vejsnæs Nakke, 20 km
9 Fakkemose
10 Lindsbjerg 45 m, 20 km
11 Vorbjerg 57 m, 22 km
12 Ærø island, 25 km
13 Bagenkop kirke
14 Marstal, 17 km
15 Halmø island, 20 km
16 Drejø island, 30 km
17 Fyn island
18 Kongenshøj 116 m, 48 km
19 Ristinge Klint 30 m, 11 km
20 Fyn island, 40 km
21 Harnbjerg 41 m, 9 km
22 Magleby kirke
23 Lolland island, 30 km
24 Enehøje island, 23 km
25 Lolland island, 21 km


Location: Fakkebjerg (37 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2019-04-13, 10:55
Fakkebjerg is one of the best viewpoints on the danish island of Langeland, even at its modest 37 meters. The view goes beyond the southern part of Langeland a.o. to Germany, and the islands of Ærø and Lolland.

Langeland is a microcosmos of the glacial series of Denmark; the island as a whole is the western lateral moraine of the Great Belt glacier, with many tafel-shaped hills being drumlins, which are smaller deposits from melting floods. Also of interest are the many tumulus's; the island hosts the most dense numbers in Denmark.

Although not completely optimal Fernsicht I show this one, since I don't get around here much normally. Strangely, much of the most important parts of the view can be seen here, but only minutes later, the farthest visible parts were gone when I wanted to make a tele pano.

Pano made from 29 pics (RAW), 70-200mm@70mm, f/6,3, iso-250, 1/500 sec, developed in DPP (daylight, neutral, moderate sharpness), stitched in PTGui pro, contrats, scale, and sharpness in Irfanview.


Wow, that's a fantastic viewpoint and superb panorama, Jan - the fine colourful patterns in the landscape and also the sunlit sections on the sea are great eye-catchers!!!

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2020/05/21 08:31 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Always amazing what you can get from extremely modest hills. Cheers, Martin
2020/05/22 21:05 , Martin Kraus
How you will probably know, I almost never visit regions north of the Main river.
So of course I never have been in Denmark. With your panos I now know a lot of the kind of landscape there and I like it!
LG Jörg
2020/05/23 20:56 , Jörg Nitz

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