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1 Djævlebakken 113 m, 2,5 km
2 Rügen, 85 km
3 Hiddensee. 56 km
4 Pomlenakke, 30 km
5 Klintholm Havn
6 Hvideklint, 15 km
7 Kulsbjerge 107 m, 30 km
8 Ambjerg Skov 90 m, 36 km

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Location: Kongsbjerg (120 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-10-18, 12:42
Despite eastern Møn having almost montanian character - at least for danish proportions, only 2 hills have decent viewpoints. One of these is the Kongsbjerg. However, only the southern view is clear, but still a nice place to visit. From here one can see Rügen and Hiddensee, as presented earlier. Also the southern coastline down towards Falster, and southern Sjælland are visible.

Of particular interest is the southfaced slope, having its own name, Høvblege. The "blege" part of the name corresponds with english "bleech", refering to the chalk underground. This is a small, but very important site, hosting the only danish populations of Zygaena purpuralis and Maculinea arion. The slope has large and dominating populations of Onobrychis viciifolia, Linum austriacum, Dactylorhiza maculata ssp. fuchsii, Orchis purpurea and Platanthera chlorantha, among others.

Pano made from 18 pics (RAW), Canon 550D, 50 mm, iso-100, f/11, 1/400 sek, developed in DPP (daylight, neutral, ALO off, moderate sharpness), stitched in PTGui pro, contrast in GIMP, downscale and sharpening in Irfanview.

Comments

That is a beautiful landscape Jan, very nice pano of course!
At least you have elevations of up to 120 m near the sea to shoot panos something we haven't in the Netherlands.
2017/11/09 23:05, Mentor Depret
I like very much.
2017/11/09 23:55, Giuseppe Marzulli
Not far from "perfect", Jan.
Congrats!
2017/11/10 06:52, Arne Rönsch
What a view !
2017/11/11 04:31, Steffen Minack
Eine Horizont Linie wie ein Traum! Dazu die Spiegelung der Sonne und ein fantastisches Panorama ist geboren!

LG Seb
2017/11/12 18:23, Sebastian Becher

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