View over Røsnæs and Kattegat.   72026
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1 Storebælt.
2 Southern Samsø, 18 km.
3 Røsnæs Puller, Lighthouse in the sea, 2,5 km.
4 Røsnæs lighthouse.
5 Low-tech bio-diversity manufactors!
6 Northern Samsø, 30 km.
7 Stavns Fjord, tiny archipelago, 24 km.
8 Vejrø, 24 km.
9 Wetland holding Fire-bellied Toad.
10 Kattegat.

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Location: Røsnæs peninsula. (40 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2011-09-01
A view over the Røsnæs peninsula. In clear weather a large portion of the southern Kattegat and Storebælt is visible from Røsnæs - from Djursland (in Jutland) over Samsø and Fyn to the Storebælt-bridge. Also various small islands can be pinned out - though sadly not from one single point.

22 pics, 52 mm, stitched with Hugin.

The Storebælt-area is the most dry and sunny place in Denmark, and Røsnæs is one of the finest places to observe this. Relict populations of Fire-bellied Toad (Bombina bombina), Oberthür's Grizzled Skipper (Pyrghus armoricanus), and Common Rockrose (Helianthemum nummularium) are good indicators of this.

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This fine view gives a good impression of the landscape presented.
2011/09/16 11:50 , Wilfried Malz
Now try the same method with this pano :-).
2011/09/27 22:50 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
Yes Sir... 
- coming right up. Thanks a lot for your help, Hans-Jürgen! LG Jan.
2011/09/28 00:16 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
It's very good now. btw. Welcome to p-p ! :-)
2011/09/28 08:20 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
This panorama is arranged good. Only the green bag disturbs something. The description of the landscape particularly impressed me. Is Aarhus actually to be seen?
2011/10/01 20:07 , Heinz Höra
Hello Heinz... 
no, Århus is not visible on this picture, nor on this day, but on very clear days some tall buildings can be seen behind Samsø. But you need binoculars to really enjoy it. LG Jan.
2011/10/02 00:29 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Very nice!
Cheers, Danko.
2016/03/26 20:26 , Danko Rihter

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