Røsnæs, Nekselø and Samsø (300 mm)   (4,0 based on 12 ratings)    viewed: 1918x
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1 Alleshave Kirke (church), 11 km
2 Rakkerbanken 45 m, 19 km
3 Klokkerhøj 44 m, 19 km
4 Oil refinery, 24 km
5 Romsø island 17 m, 49 km
6 Tranevejle wetland, 7 km
7 Tømmerup Banke 38 m, 19 km
8 Asnæs-værket power plant, 24 km
9 Eskilsbjerg 43 m, 19 km
10 Asnæs Forskov forest, Asnæs peninsula, 27 km
11 Møllebakken 36 m, 22 km
12 Chimney of Fynsværket power plant, Fyn, 74 km
13 Asnæs Forskov forest, Asnæs peninsula, 27 km
14 Point of Stold, 8 km
15 Saltbæk Vig -2 m, 15 km
16 Herredsåsen 55 m, 22 km
17 Raklev Høje 59 m, Røsnæs peninsula, 23 km
18 Arnakke Bugt Bay, 14 km
19 Raklev Kirke (church), 23 km
20 Saltbæk Vig -2 m, 17 km
21 Småhøje 65 m, Røsnæs peninsula, 24 km
22 Point of Arnakke, 12 km
23 Kallerup Bakkevej 63 m, 24 km
24 Rumlehøj 61 m, Røsnæs peninsula, 25 km
25 P. 55, Røsnæs peninsula, 25 km
26 Gadebjerg 41 m, Nekselø island, 6 km
27 Saltbæk Vig -2 m, 16 km
28 Lille dyrehøj 52 m, Røsnæs peninsula, 25 km
29 Krageø, 14 km
30 Store Vrøj, 15 km
31 Møllehøj 54 m, Røsnæs peninsula, 26 km
32 Lille vrøj, 16 km
33 Vrøj, 17 km
34 Listrup Bakke 61 m, Røsnæs peninsula, 31 km
35 Vågehøj 55 m, Røsnæs peninsula, 32 km
36 Røsnæs lighthouse, 33 km
37 Røsnæs Havn habour, 28 km
38 Elmebjerg 41 m, Nekselø island, 7 km
39 Lushage, southeastern point of Samsø island, 49 km
40 Brattingborg Skov forest 20 m, Samsø island, 50 km
41 Dansebjerg 35 m, Samsø island, 49 km
42 Dyrbjerg 44 m, Samsø island, 52 km
43 P. 43 m, Samsø island, 52 km
44 Blegenbjerg 32 m, Samsø island, 50 km
45 Dyret 51 m, Samsø island, 52 km
46 Bøgebjerg 28 m, Samsø island, 50 km
47 Store Vorbjerg 29 m, Samsø island, 51 km
48 Stavns 21 m, Samsø island, 50 km
49 Stavns Fjord 1 m, Samsø Island, 51 km
50 Nordby Hede heath 5 m, Samsø island, 52 km
51 Annebjerg 52 m, Samsø island, 56 km
52 Møgelskår 50 m, Samsø island, 57 km
53 Ballebjerg 64 m, Samsø island, 57 km
54 Sandballe 50 m, Samsø island, 57 km
55 Vejrø island coastal cliff 15 m, 43 km
56 P. 49 m, Samsø island, 57 km
57 Vejrø island 21 m, 43 km
58 Issehoved, northern point of Samsø island, 57 km
59 Jelshøj 128 m, Jylland, 83 km
60 Skåde Bakker 106 m, Jylland, 81 km
61 Søsterhøj tele tower 208 + 104 mNN = 312 m, Jylland, 81 km

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Location: Vejrhøj (121 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-03-23, 13:34
This pano was mostly made to show Nekselø island, but it ended up being kind of long, for severel corny reasons...it felt natural to include all of Samsø island, but I understand if it seems a little long. Again it is a documentation of snowcovered landscapes; who knows if I can do that next winter? A closer inspection shows, that Samsø has more snow than Nekselø. That is because the snow in march fell exclusively from the east, and therefore eastfaces had much more snow. This picture from above shows it quite clearly:

http://www.dmi.dk/dmi/satellit_ser_danmarks_spredte_sne

Also it shows the part where I dreamed about looking beyond 90 km; the gap between Røsnæs and Samsø. This was discussed on pano #9964. This pano confirms it wasn't possible. Of more interest is, that the refraction was notably different from another day with a clear view; my next pano will also show that. If you look at the last part of the pano, one can just about make out two hills and a TV tower around Århus. If you compare that part with the same part (the beginning) on pano #9923, you can clearly se different refractionvalues.

Pano made from 30 pics (RAW), 300 mm handheld, iso-100, f/8, 1/800 sec, developed in DPP (neutral, 6800 K, moderate sharpness), stitched in PTgui pro, 0,95 gamma, re-scaling and sharpening in IrfanView.

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Sooo good; the horizonline is an eyecatcher!
Greetings, Danko.
2013/04/10 19:47, Danko Rihter
A lot of good-looking viewpoints at the island! :-)
2013/04/11 16:02, Sebastian Becher
I could repeat my comment to your last pano!
LG Jörg
2013/04/11 20:54, Jörg Nitz
Bravo !!
2013/04/12 09:26, Christoph Seger
Very interesting. But I don't quite understand your explanation of the differences in snow cover. Aren't we looking at the east face of the nearest island, where there is hardly any snow? LG Wilfried
2013/04/12 10:30, Wilfried Malz
@Wilfried 
Dear Wilfried. Yes we are. The snow fell on landscapes facing east AND long stretches of sea to the east, which you can see on the link. Northern and western Sjælland (+ northen and western Jylland) didn't get much snow, because the snow-showers were building up over the sea, and had dried up 30-40 km inland. The few kilometers of water from my viewpoint to the Nekselø island was not enough to build up extra snow, so Nekselø as the rest of Western Sjælland was on the dry side. Samsø island has +50 km of sea. The same effect happens with northern winds. The next one will show it more obvious. LG Jan.
2013/04/12 15:53, Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen

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