Category: 200+

278 KM | Sierra de Guadarrama – Cord. Cantábrica

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Details on the distant peaks. Most of them farther than 250 kilometers!
Unvelievable view of Torrecerredo from Bola del Mundo in Sierra de Guadarrama
Distance278 Kilometers
ByJosé A. Quirantes
CameraCámara Canon EOS 5D MKII @ ISO100 1/640s
LensSigma 100 – @ 400mm. f/8
DateDecember 30th 2019 – 13:35

Across the flat plains of Northern Spain – although, a plateau – one can clearly see the Mountain Ridge that separates this plateau from the Ocean.

In this magic December morning, the view is incredibly clear, up to the point to see most of the details in the distant mountains with perfect clarity.

Thank you for Jose A. for sharing it with us!

The simulation from Ulrich Deutschle webpage can be seen here:

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200 KM | Gran Canaria – Lanzarote

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Close up on Lanzarote island as seen from Gran Canaria. Nice!
Distance200 Kilometers
ByCharles Troupin
CameraCanon 7D @ ISO640 1/200s
Lens100 – 400 @ 400mm. f/5.7
DateMarch 29th 2020 – 07:58

The Canary Islands are a place with great potential for Distant Sights, mainly for the great height and the distance between the islands. Usually, the pictures we have received involve the Teide Peak (3.718 m) – this highest in Spain – but in this case the view is from Gran Canaria onto Lanzarote, the first of its kind!

Thank you Charles for sharing it with us.

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294 KM | Canigou – Mont Ventoux

Perfectly seen under the light of the rising sun, the silhouette of Mont Ventoux!
Lights of the cities of Montpelier and Sête. One can almost count the individual lights!
Distance294 Kilometers
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CameraNikon D5100 @ ISO200 – 2.5 s
LensED80 APO Refractor Telescope (900 mm. equiv.)
DateAugust 12th 2017 – 06:00

Mont Ventoux is a mountain clearly known for the Tour de France, when it provides everyone with a fantastic show.

Nevertheless, this is not the only show provided by Mont Ventoux, as it is an iconic landmark as seen from Canigou, at the other side of Golfe du Lyon.

The view of its shadow, together with the lights of the villages below is something remarkable.

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258 KM | Puig Campana – Puig de Galatzó

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Distance258 Kilometers
ByFernando Prieto Valera
CameraD5300 @ ISO 200 – 1/50
LensTamron 70-300 Di-LD @ 300 mm. – f/8 (450 mm. equiv.)
DateJuly 24th 2018 – 06:50

Suprising view of the highest peaks in the western sector of the Serra de Tramuntana de Mallorca (Puig de Galatzó and Mola de s’Esclop) framed by the solar disk, photographed from the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, crossing the Mediterranean Sea for about 258 km.

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233 KM | Vychodna Wysoka, SK – Borzava, UKR

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Distance233 Kilometers
ByAdrian Sobczyszyn
CameraSony DSC HX300 @ ISO320 1/8s
LensBuilt in @ 94 mm. f./ 5.6
DateSeptember 15th 2019

Just as the sun was rising over the horizon, Adrian managed to capture this image of Borzava range in Ukraine from Slovakia.

A good example of how to take pictures of long sights under low light conditions, balancing ISO Sensibility and Exposure.

Thank you for this input from Slovakia!

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282 KM | Mt. Tahtali, TK – Mt. Olympus, CY

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Distance282 Kilometers
ByKuzey Isik
CameraNikon D3500 @ ISO100 – 10”
LensTamron 18-270 mm @ 270 mm
DateSeptember 20th 2019

Turkey is a place of great sights, and what is best to start with than a picture of Mount Olympus, Cyprus, as seen from Mount Tahtali, Taurus Mountains, Antalya Province, Turkey.

282 Kilometers of pure transparent air across Mediterranean Sea for this fantastic picture of Kuzey!

Thanks for sharing!

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252 KM | Canigó, Pyrenees – Marseille

Small portion of a very wide panorama with more details and quality. The image was not observed with the naked eye or with a normal telephoto lens because the atmospheric transparency was not good enough, but it appeared thanks to infrared radiation and the photoshop process. Almost sure it’s the first image of the basilica obtained from the summit of the Canigó.
Distance252 Kilometers
ByAntoine Mangiavacca
CameraDSLR Camera – No IR Filter
Lens500mm (manual)
DateSeptember 12th, 2019 – 19:15 h

For a couple of centuries many observers and photographers have observed the silhouette of the Canigó from Marseille on certain occasions, but never an image in the opposite direction had been obtained, showing Marseille.

Until now.

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218 KM | Montsec d’Ares – Moncayo

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Distance218 Kilometers
ByJosep Manchado
CameraNikon D7100
Lens400 mm. (600 mm. equiv.)
DateDecember 07th 2017 

Josep quotes: “At sunrise, there was not only a clear view of the Pyrenees (from Andorra to Panticosa) but also Moncayo peak was visible, in the “Sistema Iberico”, at 218 km. away.”

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276 KM | Le Cengle, Marseille – Canigó

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Distance276 Kilometers
ByBruno Carrias
CameraNikon D5200 @ ISO 100 – 1/320
Lens300 mm.
DateFebruary 02nd 2012 – 17:58 

If there is a Master when it comes to photograph Canigó peak, he is Bruno.

We are used to have from him several high quality pictures of Canigó taken from various locations around Marseille, and in this case it is no exception.

It comes with a great deal of planification and preparation to capture the sun setting just against the desired target, and in the picture above this is done with absolute mastery.