Danish summernights X: Sjællands Odde   (4,0 based on 14 ratings)    viewed: 142x
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1 Ferry to Århus
2 Ferry to Ebeltoft
3 Odden harbour, 19 km
4 Højby, 10 km

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Location: Path from Møllestræde in Høve (85 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2017-06-25, 02:08
This pano in the series is mostly motivated by the NLC's. On this evening, it was quite cloudy, but since it was clear, and the clouds started scattering at around midnight, I tried a location a little closer to my home, and was awarded with some NLC's.

Of particular interest is perhaps, that these NLC's was also captured by Steffen Minack in his pano #21830, a little earlier in the evening (when I couldn't see them for the clouds).

At this time, date and location, the sun was 10 degrees under the horizon, with sunrise at 04:30, and so 2h 22m from sunrise.

Pano made from 8 pics (RAW), 50mm, Canon 6D, tripod, iso-1250, f/2,5, 0,5 sec, developed in DPP (cloudy, neutral, periphal illumination, moderate sharpness), stitched in PTGui pro, downscaling and sharpness in Irfanview.

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Finally, you became a night bird. But I think you overexposed them a little because the wave patterns are difficult to distinguish like this.
2018/07/12 15:18, Mentor Depret
The pano gets a special touch because of the (tropospheric) clouds.
At 1st I also thought that the sky is too bright, but I checked serveral of my own midsommer pictures with sun at -10° and found a few with quite similar brightness. (and was surprised what differences can give at the same position of the sun).
2018/07/12 17:14, Steffen Minack

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