Photographer's Note

I have been there twice this summer with our kids, a place in Denmark that must be seen, if you want to understand the power of nature.

The museum and cafeterie in the houses is today all gone, lay down under the sand, the tower is colosed fore people, you cant come in the tower.

Other Info:
Lønstrup Cliff is a unique illustration of Denmark’s geology. The 15km long cliff stretches from Løkken to Lønstrup. The 90m high Rubjerg Knude are the cliffs highest and wildest parts. The cliff is made of sand and clay which was deposited during the last ice-age b/w 5.000-10.000 years ago.

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Photo Information
Viewed: 1995
Points: 15
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Additional Photos by Kaj Nielsen (yesterday) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 936 W: 292 N: 1710] (9833)
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