Picture by Ib Jensen
Olympus OMD E-M1, Lens 12-100mm (FF: 24-200mm), 1/750 sec, Iso 200, Aperture 8.0, Focal Length 100mm (FF: 200mm), handheld.
Kongsbjerg nearby Møns cliff.
I have photographed several times on Møns cliff but on this trip I had set up an area nearby called Mandelmarke hills. I had been planning a route from home and I had read that the area belonged to Klintholm goods and that there was only access from 6 o’clock in the morning and until sunset. It was a bit awful as the sun rise at 5 o’clock this morning and I prefer to photograph before sunrise and until 1/2 hours after sunrise.
The route went over a hill called Kongsbjerg from which there is a great view. Since the light 1.5 hours after sunrise was not optimal, the images might not be as expected.
But I have a good and nice hike and when I came back and read the overview board, I could see that there was access 24 hours a day and the spot was a good place to see the Milky way in the night because the light pollution was quite low at that place.
So I know that for the next time.