Western Sjælland in fading light (reload).   51991
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1 Fyns Hoved, Fyn, 33 km.
2 Asnæs peninsula, 17 km.
3 Jammerland Bugt.
4 Røsnæs peninsula, 24 km.
5 Asnæsværk, Power plant, 10 km.
6 Church in Svallerup, 3 km.
7 Church in Ubby, 5 km.
8 Church in Jorløse, 8 km.
9 Kattrup Manor House 75 m, 12 km.
10 Church in Store Fuglede, 4 km.
11 Kløveshøj 100 m, 11 km.
12 Tissø, 2 m above sea-level, 8 km.
13 Snarebanke 68 m, 11 km.
14 Sugar refinery, Gørlev, 6 km.
15 Glohøj 82 m, 24 km.
16 Etterbjerg 97 m, 24 km.
17 Tele-tower on Hashøj 93 m, 24 km.
18 Drøsselbjerg 42 m, 12 km.
19 Halsskov Odde 24 km.
20 Storebælt-bridge, 27 km.
21 Sprogø island, 24 m, 30 km.
22 Jammerland Bugt.
23 Reersø peninsula, 7 km.
24 Urhøj 55 m.

Details

Location: Regnershøj. (43 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2011-12-17, 15:22.
Reload - I'm sorry, but I have made a reload. Any critique is wellcome. I really valued and cherished the comments given by the first upload.

I hereby upload an "unplugged" panorama from one of the series taken for my day-pano (#9225), for those who prefer a more untreated view. I have chosen a series from the afternoon because the air was more clear, giving a better view.

The location is a tumulus from the late stoneage, more specific a passage grave (de. ein Ganggrab). It is situated near a higher hilltop which sadly is overgrown. The tumulus is in good shape, and can be crawled into, but bring a light with you and mind your head once you are inside!

The clouds are typical for this weather situation: After the passage of a low-pressure over southern Norway from west, the wind goes into a northwestern corner. The cold air driven from north can gain a lot of humidity that however is dried up over Norway. This gives a very dry and clear air over Denmark. However, as here, when the sea is realtive warm and the air is cold, it can produce new, but much less cloudcover.

The view is not world-class, but still ok. Among others I value the look to the east to Tissø (#8415) and the rising landscape behind it. The prominence from 2 meters above sea-level at Tissø to 100 meters just east of it is rather rare in Denmark. Also some higher hills south of Slagelse, and the island of Sprogø in Storebælt (Great Belt/Grosser Belt) can be seen.

The above mentioned hill stretches from Sjællands Odde in the north to southern Sjælland, and it is the highest rim of the lateral moraine that came from glaciers carving out Storebælt (Great Belt). There is an equivalent on eastern Fyn. I will come back to this in my next panos.

The pano was made from 27 pics by 50 mm, iso-200, f/9, 1/125s, stitched with Hugin, scaled and sharpened in IrfanView.

Comments

..gebe auch dem Reload nochmals 4 Sternchen. Ein herrliches Licht...

lG,
Jörg E.
2012/01/17 22:11 , Jörg Engelhardt
Kann ich nicht verstehen.
Übrigens können Bewertungen verändert werden, wenn das Bild durch ein anderes oder auch das gleiche überschrieben wird.
2012/01/17 22:38 , Heinz Höra
Sorry Heinz, thats true. But see my comment to #9374. I fear a reload would not be rewarded, because the bad rating was without any comment in the first place, and the only other ratings given (so far) was a whole bunch of 4-stars to a lot of norwegian panos (no offence to them, by the way). Like others before me have said, it's not the end of the world, but my latest pano alone to deserve 3 stars is a bit strange maybe. It only makes sense if EVERY pano then is examined and given 0,1,2,3 or 4 stars. As a stand-alone it just seems completely random and out of place. LG Jan.
2012/01/17 22:52 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Hello All. I have reworked the text and added some labels. I hope I can persuade you into a new peep. LG Jan.
2012/01/19 22:16 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
I agree with Jörg, What I'd like to point out, is your treatment of the sky. You have succeeded in avoiding the strange yellow colour in most panoramas of sunsets. KR Wilfried
2012/01/20 10:45 , Wilfried Malz

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