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225 KM | Fuerteventura – Teide, Canary Islands

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Details on Teide peak, with its unmistakeable summit shape seen perfectly against the horizon
Beautiful colors in this Winter sunset, as seen from Fuerteventura Island
Distance278 Kilometers
ByNelson González Diez
CameraNikon Z6 @ ISO100 1/40s
LensTamron 70mm. – 300mm. @ 135mm. f/9
DateJanuary 18th 2020 – 18:30

Yet again, a new picture from the Canary Island!

Such a wonderful place for tourism: trekking, oceans, volcanoes, surf and, of course, distant sights! What a fantastic way to end the day: looking at the highest summit in the Archipielago, Teide, at more than 200 km. away.

Thanks to Nelson for sharing this masterpiece with us!

We have of course a simulation by Ulrich Deuschle:

All credits fo to udeuschle.de
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190 KM | Tarnica, PL – Tatras Mountains

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Distance190 Kilometers
BySławomir Cyzio
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DateMarch 15th 2020

Here we have a Crystal – Clear picture from Poland!

Snow covered Kralova Hola (1946 m) (SK) in the Low Tatras and Slovak and Polish Tatras (right) seen from Tarnica (1346 m) (PL).

The highest peak of the Tatra Mountains is Gerlach (2655 m) (SK) and the entire Carpathian Mountains.

The Picture has been taken from Tarnica (1346 m) (PL), which is the highest peak in the Polish Bieszczady Mountains.

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223 KM | Parc de Garraf – Penyagolosa

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Details on Penyagolosa Massif. Check Simulation below for more details!
Always a beautiful sight with the colors of the Sunset
Distance 223 Kilometers
By Ramón Ibarz
Camera Nikon D90 @ ISO640 1/200s
Lens Nikkor 70-300 @ 232mm.
Date January 20th 2018 – 18:21

20 minutes away from Barcelona, there are a solitary mountains ; Parc de Garraf, where you can enjoy legendary sunsets.

In the photo, the mountain of Montsia seems an island, and in the left Serra d’Irta a loneliness and small island. But they are a range of mountains in the Mediterranean coast, between Barcelona and València.

The most distant mountain is Massís de Penyagolosa, 223 Km. away.

Addition note of M.Bret:

You can see also same panoramas in this other report that I photographied in 2012 . It’s in catalan sorry but it’s possible to read by google traductor. There’re details about Serra d’Irta also and other coastal ranges. Summit of Penyagolosa from that part of Garraf is not visible, only one part of a side of the mountain. The most big apparent mountain is Montsià and many people often confuse that silhouette of with Mallorca, an island which is usually very well appreciated from there on many other occasions. I often portray these silhouettes (Balearic Islands to the east, Penyagolosa to the south and the Pyrenees to the west and north) from these hills so close to Barcelona, especially in winter. You can check someones in facebook.com/horitzonsllunyans: (1) (2) (3).

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220 KM | Anchorage – Denali #FataMorgana

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Denali affected by "Fata morgana" phaenomen.
A highly distorted view, as a result of refraction in the lower part (Fata Morgana)
Comparing this to the image below, the difference is clearly seen
Distance220 Kilometers approximately
ByChuck Berray
CameraCanon 5D MkIII, 400 mm, f6.3 @ 320, ISO 100
Lens400mm. f/6.3
DateFebruary 26th 2020 – Early Morning

The Denali (or Mc.Kinley in english) peak seen with an extraordinary effect of multiple mirages (#fatamorgana) as it appeared majestically before the eyes of photographer Chuck Berray on a placid winter morning majestically behind the plain near the Anchorange region. Below, another image, by the same author, taken a couple of days earlier without the effect of the phenomenon.   Thank you Chuck Berray for sharing it with us.

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