Vejrhøj in winter - eastern overview   (4,0 based on 14 ratings)    viewed: 1336x
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1 Maglehøj 85 m, 5,1 km
2 Brendeshøj 92 m, 6,9 km
3 Esterhøj 89 m, 7,3 km
4 Troldebjerg 57 m, 20 km
5 Grønnehave Skov forest, 21 km
6 P. 90 m, 8 km
7 Annebjerg Skov forest 44 m, 20 km
8 Maglehøj 91 m, 8,4 km
9 Høve, 7,2 km
10 Fårevejle Kirkeby, 3,1 km
11 Lammefjorden - 2 m, 5,5 km
12 Fårevejle Kirke (church), 3 km
13 Løvhøj 58 m, 19,2 km
14 Stokkebjerg Skov forest 42 m, 20 km
15 Asnæs, 6,9 km
16 Grevinge Bakker 75 m, 10,6 km
17 Luntebjerg 84 m, 11,5 km
18 Lammefjorden - 3 m, 3 km
19 Kyndbyværket power plant, Hornsherred peninsula, 30 km
20 Julianehøj 68 m, Hornsherred peninsula, 35 km
21 Hønsehals Skov forest 49 m, 22 km
22 P. 59 m, 17,2 km
23 Lammefjorden, deepest part, - 8 m, 13,5 km
24 Fårevejle Stationsby, 4,5 km
25 P. 61 m, 17,3 km
26 Bavnehøj 62 m, 18,1 km
27 Chimneys of Avedøreværket power plant, 71 km, can't be seen here.
28 Hagested Skov forest, 16 km
29 Waste disposal heat plant in Roskilde, 48 km - barely visible
30 Dyrehave forest 61 m, 31 km
31 Egstallebjerg 94 m, 36 km
32 P. 104 m, 38 km
33 Æblebjerg 111 m, 39 km
34 Høbjerg 117 m, 39 km
35 Mørkemose Bjerg 105 m, 25 km
36 P. 102 m, 26 km
37 Dragsmølle 39 m, 4,4 km
38 P. 93 m, 26 km
39 Lundsbanke 93 m, 25 km
40 Galge Overdrev 86 m, 25 km
41 Snavshuse 26 m, 3,5 km
42 Stensbjerg 86 m, 20 km
43 Østerbjerg 81 m, 20 km
44 Hestehøj 86 m, 20 km
45 Simmenfeld Banke 86 m, 21 km
46 P. 76 m, 20 km
47 Favrbjerg 81 m, 20 km
48 Jyderup sendemast, 12,8 km
49 Tømmerbanke 86 m, 21 km
50 Knøsen 99 m, 20 km
51 Hjortebjerg 85 m, 19 km
52 Starbjerg 71 m, 17 km

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Location: Vejrhøj (121 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-03-23, 13:39
Last year I posted a far-view-pano from here, #9923, but I never got to make decent overview panos until now. Back then the sun was too much in the way.

The hilltop is a tumulus, and the view is hammerlike for danish proportions. Unfortunately one looks into a tree and a mast to the north, so a presentation must be divided. I start with the more modest eastern view.

The hill is part of a large horseshoe-formed endmoraine that points to the northwest. The hill is in the southwest part, so we look over the horseshoe and into the subzero lying land inside the horseshoe. That part was until ca. 1870 a shallow fjord, but was then dammed in and drained. Must have been an impressive sight back then; still to be enjoyed when looking at udeuschle! Also some high Sjælland hills can be seen, and as a bonus (in a teleview) some high buildings in Roskilde + 2 chimneys around Copenhagen, giving a coast to coast-view of more than 70 km.

Pano made from 11 pics (RAW), 50 mm, developed in DPP (6500 K, moderate sharpness), iso-100, f/10, 1/500 sec. Stitched in PTgui pro, re-scaled and sharpened in IrfanView.

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121m - the Danish Rockies ? :-) Nice Snow/Ice Pano - is it as cold as here ? VG HJ
2013/03/27 13:10, Hans-Jürgen Bayer
Hans-Jürgen, yes it has been bitterly cold for 3 weeks now. Frost day and night, brrr...but also unusually many very clear days and views. The last week I have made panos for the next 6 months. LG Jan.
2013/03/27 22:11, Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
I hope, I will be able to watch panos with snow and ice in the summer anymore after this never ending winter ;-)
This is a very nice and unspectacular landscape with silence and deep sun light. I like it very much. Is it possible to label any populated places?
LG Jörg
2013/03/27 22:34, Jörg Nitz
Hi Jörg - they are coming now...
2013/03/27 22:36, Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Is that the base camp on the right? ;-)

What a View! An excellent sharpness for hand-held.

LG Werner
2013/04/11 19:47, Werner Schelberger
It is a great idea to have an own, private tumulus to climb on.
Kind regards Christoph
2013/04/11 20:04, Christoph Seger

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