Central Sjælland tele impression   (4,0 based on 15 ratings)    viewed: 580x
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1 Vedebjerg Skov 86 m, 5 km
2 Mørkemose Bjerg 105 m, 13 km
3 Grøntved Overdrev 102 m, 13 km
4 Høbjerg 117 m
5 Ugerløse Kirke
6 Gyldenløves Høj 126 m, 25 km
7 Åmosen low moor
8 Langebjerg 80 m, 23 km
9 Maglebjerg Skov, 34 km

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Location: Knøsen (99 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-09-29, 16:31
A teleshot towards central Sjælland with some prominence; it is overall quite similar to the nearby panos #12474 and #22092. The autumn colours and light was a bonus...

Pano made from 28 pics (RAW), Canon 550D, 300 mm, iso-100, 1/800 sec, f/7,1, developed in DPP (daylight, neutral, ALO off, moderate sharpness), stitched in PTGui pro, contrast in GIMP, downscaling and sharpening in Irfanview.

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Hehe, the same mill again. Jan, do know why all old windmills turn counterclockwise?
2017/10/30 22:32, Mentor Depret
No...?
2017/10/30 23:15, Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Old windmills have a wooden axis. The trunks of most European trees show a left rotation. It was found that turning counterclockwise prevented the wooden axis from splitting.
2017/10/31 00:42, Mentor Depret
Nice detailed version and interesting information from Mentor.
2017/10/31 07:26, Friedemann Dittrich
When scrolling beautiful long panoramas, this results in our view always turning clockwise :-)
2017/11/02 19:33, Martin Kraus
Idylle pur!
VG, Danko.
2017/11/04 21:09, Danko Rihter

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