Sornfell I - Ascending   51036
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1 Skćlingur 767 m, 1,9 km
2 Borgin 842 m, 21 km
3 Řrvisfelli 783 m, 18 km
4 Sátan 621 m, 5 km
5 Múlin 663 m, 15 km
6 Sneis 747 m, 10 km
7 Slćttaratindur 882 m, 24 km
8 Árnadalstindur 718 m, 6 km
9 Múlatindur 786 m, 17 km
10 Hálgafelstindur 757 m, 13 km
11 Blábjřrg 732 m, 18 km
12 Gjógvárafjall 678 m, 17 km
13 Reyđafelstindur 764 m, 11 km
14 Kúvingafjall 830 m, 30 km
15 Botnstindur 744, 22 km
16 Myrkjanoyrarfjall 689 m, 27 km
17 Gřtunestindur 625 m, 20 km
18 Háfjall 648 m, 24 km
19 Eystnes, 14 km
20 Hvítanes, 10 km
21 Nólsoy
22 Eggjarklettur 372 m, 18 km
23 Sornfell 749 m,
24 Sornfell II
25 Sornfell III

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Location: Sornfell (550 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Faroe Islands      Date: 2021-07-02, 22:01
Brace yourselves...4 near-identical panos are coming!

Sornfell is a beloved picnic-spot on The Faroes. It is a former, off limits, military facility, that has been opened for the public. It means that it is possible to drive nearly to the summit, making it the obvious drive-in fjeld. Since it is a one-track road, with few passing points, it is risky business driving on a sunny evening.

I went for a late evening trip with my son, but I was disappointed to find out that the dew point was below the summit, and so chose to make as many panos for the trip up, before standing in the clouds. I therefore will show four panos from various heights, and starts with this one. It was the first really good overview point, and made as a security if it became all fog and clouds later on. On the Faroes, you quickly learn, that this can happen very quickly. Unfortunately, I left my 50mm lens at the hotel, so I had to use the 70-200mm zoom. Also, unfortunately, the view to the southern islands Sandoy and Suđuroy was completely obscured by fog, but apart from that, it was acceptable conditions :-)

Pano made from 25 pics (RAW), 70-200mm@70mm, iso-160, f/9, 1/320 sec, developed in DPP (cloudy, neutral, moderate sharpness), stitched in PTGui pro, scaling and sharpening in Irfanview.

PS: The horizon may seem dodgy to the SE, but it is a fog bank over the sea that gives the impression of a slight tilted horizon.

Comments

What an evening!!! 
Ciao, Alvise
2021/08/17 10:46 , Alvise Bonaldo
Very interesting. Nice panorama. LG Niels
2021/08/17 13:18 , Niels Müller-Warmuth
A promising "Prelude" of your series ... and I'm looking forward to, how the landscape and mood changes in the evening light !!!!

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2021/08/18 15:38 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
"These mist covered mountains / are a home now for me..." (Dire Straits)

But to me it's not the mountains and not even the sun, but the water in the middle part, that catches my eyes.

Splendid pano!
2021/08/18 19:12 , Arne Rönsch
I have decided to pull back a little - since (upcoming) panos #3 and #4 are very similar, I will only show 3 panos in all from Sornfell. I have labeled the locations for the 2 next in this pano.
2021/08/24 14:19 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen

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