Photographer's Note

I just came home from a few holidays at the eastern end of Denmark – Let me put it this way, we where lucky – not much rain these days ;-) but I missed the sun, for my photos :-(

Moens clack cliff (Møns klint) a must if you visit this part of Denmark. For 75 mill years these chalk cliffs where created as the bottom of the sea – but during the last ice age it raised to a height of over 125 meters. There’s not many places in Denmark where you get this feeling of height, get you fitness tested and get an impressive view at the same time. The fitness test comes if you want to visit the beach and use the 586 steps (the staircase can be seen in the lower left corner and here)

I was hoping to get a photo of the cliff in the light of the rising sun – hmm – but the exercise did me good.

Second note! - May be I should add - theres a relative large tree at my left side and I'm standing behind a fence - I'm not a daredevil ;-))

Please take a look at this fine photo from Jack (jrj)

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