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1 Dronningestolen (Møns Klint), 40 km
2 Aborrebjerg 143 m (Møn), 39 km
3 Kongsbjerg 135 m, 40 km
4 Stevns Lighthouse 27 m + 41 m NN, 4 km
5 Fishclay-layer
6 Fishclay-layer
7 Fishclay-layer

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Location: Mandehoved (25 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2016-04-25, 09:52
As with Møns Klint, a proper overview over Stevns Klint is only possible from the seaside. On the landside, Mandehoved is the best place to get some kind of overlook from above. As stated earlier, the cliff exposes the Cretaceous–Paleogene boundary, which is primarily known for marking the end of the dinosaurs. Between the two layers are layer of few centimeters, called fish-clay in Denmark, with a high level of iridium, suggesting a meteorimpact of global significance. This layer can be found all over the world, but most likely clearest and easiest at Stevns Klint. I have tried to mark it on the pano. A little more on wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stevns_Klint

Also prominent in the pano is the pier for the nearby chalkmine.

Pano made from 9 pics (RAW), 70-200mm @87mm, iso-100, f/8, 1/640 sec, developed in DPP (daylight, neutral, ALO off, moderate sharpness), stitched in PTGui pro, contrast, downscaling and sharpening in Irfanview.

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Optimale Bearbeitung, exzellente Horizontlinie!
LG, Danko.
2018/05/11 05:34, Danko Rihter
Excitingly interesting. And this natural wonder is allowed to be mined? Cheers, Martin
PS: And also a great pano that you made out of this scene.
2018/05/11 20:28, Martin Kraus
I like much. Charming contrast.
2018/05/12 00:08, Giuseppe Marzulli
Ein Traummotiv und -blick über die weite See - ganz stark, Jan !!!

Herzliche Grüße
Hans-Jörg
2018/05/14 13:31, Hans-Jörg Bäuerle

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