On the top highest dune Netherlands near Zoutelande   (4,0 based on 11 ratings)    viewed: 997x
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1 Vlissingen
2 Sardijntower 85m
3 Breskens
4 Scheldt estuary
5 Coastal line Zeeuws Vlaanderen
6 Border Netherlands-Belgium about here
7 Belgian coastline
8 Zeebrugge port is about here but not visible today
9 North Sea
10 Radar
11 Zoutelande village
12 Lighthouse Westkapelle
13 highest dune Netherlands 53m

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Location: Zoutelande (50 m)      by: Mentor Depret
Area: Netherlands      Date: August 2 2015
I went to Zoutelande today to take a pano from the top of the highest coastal dune (53m) in the Netherlands. It was sunny but unfortunately a little bit misty so the Belgian port of Zeebrugge and part of the Belgian coastline which can easily be seen on a clear day, were invisible. At left and in southern direction, you see the Scheldt estuary flowing into the North Sea. It is low tide with almost no wind. The Dutch protect their dunes very well i.e. they are clean, it is only allowed to walk on the paths and nature has a chance to evolve. Really an example of how nature and tourism go in harmony.

Canon Powerschot G1Xmark2, 13 pics, 200°, 25.82 mm (49.06 mm KB), F9, 1/640 sec, iso 200, jpeg very fine, stitched with Hugin.

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So einen "Tiefblick" hätte ich an der niederländischen Küste nicht erwartet.
2015/08/03 08:06, Friedemann Dittrich
Indeed surprising.
Greetings Wolfgang
2015/08/08 23:59, Wolfgang Bremer
Very instructive pano, great colours and sharpness. Hope that we will continue to see stuff like this from you. Cheers, Martin
2015/08/20 19:22, Martin Kraus

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