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Jørgen Jensen

Jørgen Jensen

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I live in Frederikshavn, Denmark close to the beach and sea, and many of my images are shot in the beautiful and distinctive North Jutland, where the light is particularly beautiful in all seasons. Images of city life and architecture also find their way to my camera, it applies to both local subjects and impressions from travels in Denmark and abroad. In the past few years I have also been interested in portrait and model photo. I started seriously photographing digitally in 2005, and my photo archive contains thousands of images, of which I can only display a limited number here . If you have comments on my work, please feel free to send me an email. - If you wish to use any of my images for print or digital purposes, then I certainly will offer you an affordable price depending on the purpose. There are copyright on my images. _________________________________________________ Jeg bor i Frederikshavn tæt på strand og hav, og mange af mine billeder er taget i den smukke og særprægede nordjyske natur, hvor lyset er helt specielt smukt på alle årstider. ​ Billeder af byliv og arkitektur finder også vej til mit kamera, det gælder både lokale motiver og indtryk fra rejser i ind- og udland. ​ I de sidste par år har jeg også fået interesse for portræt- og modelfoto. ​ Jeg begyndte seriøst at fotografere digitalt i 2005, og det er blevet til mange tusinde billeder, hvor jeg kun viser et lille udsnit her. ​ Hvis du har kommentarer til mine billeder, så er du meget velkommen til at sende mig en mail. - Ønsker du at bruge et eller flere af mine billeder til print eller et digtalt formål, så finder vi ud af en overkommelig pris afhængig af formålet. ​ Der er copyright på mine billeder. ​

Big coastal dune in Denmark

Published March 24th, 2013

Råbjerg Mile is a migrating coastal dune between Skagen and Frederikshavn, Denmark. It is the largest moving dune in Northern Europe with an area of around 1 km² (0.4 mi²) and a height of 40 m (130 ft). The dune contains a total of 4 million m³ of sand. The wind moves it in a north-easterly direction up to 18 m a year. The dune leaves a low, moist layer of sand behind it, trailing back westwards towards Skagerrak, where the Mile originally formed more than 300 years ago. Over 250,000 people visit the dune every year.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R%C3%A5bjerg_Mile

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