Photographer's Note

Did you believe that all stitching could be done in a software?
If so, you are wrong! All stitching is difficult as you ordinary shoot from on place. This mean you will always have some distortion in the picture due to the parallax error that will occur. Even worse when you have a very sharp angle to your object. Like here taking 4X4 shots covering sharp angles both in the height and the width.

So believe me, it was impossible to make this stitch automatic, and even manual it was very difficult: 4x4=16 photos of Mons Klint. But the result was for me very satisfying as the cliff is well presented and including almost all you see from the beach.

To give you an idea of the job pls. visit my workshop that presents the collection of individual photos. You will see that I missed the lowest left picture to have an even wider angle.

For about 75 million years ago this magnificent piece of nature began its journey to what it is today.
The chalk stratum began to grow for 75 million years ago when the millions of shellfish that lived in the sea died and formed one layer after the other of chalk on the sea bed.
The weather then began to get colder and the Ice Age came for about 1 million years ago. Gigantic glaciers moved southwards while it pushed the sea bed in front of it causing the chalk strata to dislodge and Mons Klint was born. And for the last 4-5000 years the ocean and the weather has shaped this beautiful chalk cliff!
Mons Klint is at the highest 128 meters. From the plateau to the beach T/R it is more than 900 stairsteps to go ;-o

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Additional Photos by Jack R Johanson (jrj) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4529 W: 494 N: 7430] (34843)
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