Rügen and Hiddensee across the Baltic   (4,0 based on 14 ratings)    viewed: 400x
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1 Kap Arkona 43 m, 64 km
2 Lighthouse
3 Peilturm
4 Radar Station, 62 km
5 Piekberg, Jasmund, 161 m, 82 km
6 Rügen
7 Bakenberg, Dranske, 57 km
8 Lebbin peninsula, 67 km
9 Bug, 59 km
10 Swantiberg
11 Dornbusch lighthouse 72m + 27m, 54 km
12 Hiddensee
13 Hucke


Location: Møns Klint (100 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-10-18, 14:58
Møns Klint and the nearby landscape has a few great viewpoints; however various angles are obscured by trees, so there aren't ONE defining, all-beating viewpoint. If one has a day off, all the different places can easily be visited in one day. The autumn of 2013 had a particular long period of clear weather, and on one of the days in the week 42 I went for a Møn visit with my family; one of my few daylong excursions with only panos on the agenda. A good handfull of panos will follow in the next weeks from around here.

This view was my last from the Møns Klint area on this particular day. It was shot from the trail on the edge of the cliff. This trail is significant in the way, that I think this is the only place from where one can see Sweden and Germany at the same time. Other viewpoints has either country obscured by trees. Packing both countries in a pano isn't that easy, since there is only air and sea for a long stretch between the two, and I didn't make any attemtps on this day. However I made tele panos of both "The swedish view" and "The german view". Here the german. To the left we look at Rügen, with the nearer and lower part of Kap Arkona in the front, and the farther and higher part of Jasmund behind it. Jasmund is in +80 km distance, so that was quite good. To the right, the Dornbusch part of Hiddensee can be seen.

Originally a riddle:
I am curious about how long this riddle will last...To my big annoyance, part of the pano actually already has been the subject of a riddle from one of our colleagues, so there is a risk his old riddle is remembered...Hmm, should I say more? What are we looking at, and most importantly, from where am I looking?

Pano made from 10 pics (RAW), Canon 550D, 300 mm, iso-100, f/8, 1/1000 sec, developed in DPP (daylight, neutral, ALO off, moderate sharpness), stitched in PTGui pro, contrast, downscaling and sharpening in Irfanview.


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I am completely clueless - too much water ...
2017/11/02 22:46, Christoph Seger
eh eh Christoph you have seen it in reality already ;-)
I marked some labels on the right part including a.s.l. and hight of the lighthouse. No time yet to label more. Btw, the text does not help me...wich ridle ? Very interesting pano for me anyway and super distances for this area.
Your outlookpoint might have a letter in the 1st. name wich is unknow in german.
2017/11/03 05:08, Steffen Minack
That is why they say "Ahoi" in Czech Republic.
2017/11/03 11:26, Arne Rönsch
I don't know.
2017/11/03 14:24, Mentor Depret
Fantastic, Christoph lured out of obscurity :-D I am glad he recognized the scenery - he should, if anybody. I will add description later in the evening, but I have added orientation and exifs.

@Steffen, you are right; it wasn't exactly a riddle. The overall uncertainty presented made me think back of it as a riddle. You obviously also are on the track. I can add, that the letter you mention, "ø", is pronounced axactly the same way as german/swedish "ö".

@Mentor: You are watching one of the densest areas panoramised here on pp - the clusters are almost as dense as your Terneuzen :-)
2017/11/03 17:28, Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
hmm still not solved ? Yes indeed the 1st word of the outlook point has an "ö" and the 2nd word can be found in the surname of an ex us-president.
Many pano's where taken on the land in the middle and left part, often by a senior member of p.p.net. He has something with "audio" in his surname.

Jan, as a lover of distant view's I'm still exited about this pano, I just would like a bit more focal length.
2017/11/03 20:16, Steffen Minack
To be exact the second word is a soundless ex-president ....
2017/11/03 20:47, Christoph Seger
Was gibt es hier nicht alles zu hören. Doch mit meinem bescheidenen Englisch fällt es mir schwer, die Feinheiten zu verstehen.
Das Ergebnis von 72m + 27m müßte ich aber heraus bekommen. Sollte eigentlich 55 km sein.
2017/11/03 21:54, Heinz Höra
Das ist ja sensationell, was im linken Teil des Panoramas zu sehen ist.
PS: Aber jetzt ist es ja aufgelöst.
2017/11/03 22:13, Heinz Höra
So, now in an updated version.

Christoph, as recognized by Steffen, had already made a pano from here, #20163. He only showed Hiddensee. Christoph and Steffen, and later Arne and Heinz, soon recognized Rügen and Hiddensee, seen from Møn in Denmark.

@Steffen, since Christoph already made a much cropped pano, I am sure my own won't show anything better in a crop. This version, with only a slight crop, I like best.
2017/11/03 22:18, Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Jan, so you stopped because of trees at 142° ? The Darß partly and the St. Marien-Kirche Barth shall be visible too.
2017/11/04 05:02, Steffen Minack
Incredible. I know the view from the other side. I'm happy to see it like this in such a well presented and detailed way.
2017/11/04 12:34, Jörg Braukmann
@Steffen, yes, definitely because of high trees. An impression of how it is like here: http://www.biopix.dk/klinteskoven_photo-106601.aspx Thank to the rest for the appreciation.
2017/11/04 17:18, Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Jan, ich kann, auch wenn Du jetzt noch meinen Namen hinzugefügt hast, aus den vorherigen Kommentaren nicht erkennen, daß jemand Rügen erkannt hat, auch Steffen nicht - und bei Christoph und Arne sehe ich auch nichts von Hiddensee.
2017/11/04 17:25, Heinz Höra
Heinz - wie wäre es mit 20163? Rauscht ist aber doch Hiddensee. Und glaube mir ruhig - den Blick habe ich nicht vergessen ...
2017/11/04 18:05, Christoph Seger
Christoph, entschuldige, denn Deinen zweiten Kommentar hatte ich dabei nicht betrachtet.
2017/11/04 21:39, Heinz Höra
@Heinz - also als erstes habe ich bei meinem ersten Kommentar gleich früh den Swantiberg, den Leuchtturm und die Hucke beschriftet (natürlich nicht voll ausgeschrieben) und habe mich gewundert, dass Christoph trotz seines eigenen Panos zunächst nicht Hiddensee erkannte.
Später schrieb ich dann von einem älteren Panoramakollegen, der auf dem Land links und in der Mitte schon viele Panos gemacht hat und das dieser was mit Audio im Nachnamen hat. Nun etwas weit hergeholt, aber ich hoffte das noch einige in der Schule Latein hatten, denn damit warst du gemeint: audio = hören ;-)
2017/11/04 22:36, Steffen Minack
Also Steffen - um es klar zu machen: Ich habe das natürlich erkannt, auch war Jan so nett auch direkt darauf anzusprechen. Was hätte ich denn tun sollen? Das Rätsel "lösen" ??
2017/11/05 09:17, Christoph Seger
Eine mich wirklich zum Schmunzeln bringende Rätseldiskussion zu diesem außerordentlichen Panorama, Jan ...

@ Christoph
GENAU ;-)) ... platzt ja nicht gleich jeder rein und verdirbt allen anderen mit einem "Balifico" den Rätselspass !!! Hope you remember ... aber auch ich habe dazu gelernt - schönen Sonntag

Herzliche Grüße
2017/11/05 09:50, Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Also Heinz, like english - for you - flies a bit under the radar, so with german for me in this case :-) But I guess you are right, the obvious remained unsaid for a time. I think it was implied in their comments that they knew exactly "what and from where".

A shame one cannot link here on pp. I am sure many of Steffens, Heinz' and Jörg Braukmanns panos would get a link from here - they well deserve it.
2017/11/05 10:58, Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Es ist schon gut so, Jan. Ich war nur sehr überrascht, daß Du die Auflösung brachtest, als ich gerade auf den intereessanten Teil, der neben dem fast allen bekannten Hiddensee zu sehen ist, eingehen wollte.
Nun möchte ich wenigstens diesen Teil der Fernsicht extra noch würdigen. Erstaunlich, wie die höheren Inselteile Rügens zu sehen sind: Kap Arkona abgesetzt von der Halbinsel Wittow und dahinter bzw. darüber noch Jasmund. Ob allerdings von der flachen Halbinsel Bug etwas zu sehen ist, das würde ich gerne noch genauer erörtern.
Mit Erstaunen sehe ich auch, daß hier offenbar keine Luftspiegelungen aufgetreten sind, die ja bei meiner Moen-Fersicht vom Kap Arkona Nr. 20169 so augeprägt waren.

@Steffen, Deinen Hinweis auf "audio" war schon zu verstehen und auch vielleicht origineller als das mit dem Präsidentennamen, aber ich hatte das als Ergänzung zu Jans Erklärung für Mentor aufgefaßt.
2017/11/06 11:35, Heinz Höra
The fascination comes by reading the labels with the mentioned distances. Without those you only will see a grey and a dark blue stripe without variation.
LG Jörg
2017/11/06 20:18, Jörg Nitz

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