Sandra Bartocha - Drifting Dune


I was amazed when I visited Denmark some time ago how wild it is. One usually thinks of Denmark just as a transit country … highways and fields along the way … but if you look closer it has beautiful landmarks. Just as the drifting sand dune Råbjerg Mile far in the north. It’s the largest in the north of Europe and it is moving 15m east each year and will probably be merged into the sea if not being stabilized by planting.

Location: Skagen, Denmark

Tags: denmark, drifting sand dune, north jutland, råbjerg mile, sandra bartocha, shifting sand dune, skagen, wandering sand dune, wild wonders of europe

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  1. David Guimaraes said:

    20/08/2012 01:33

    I love sands, and harhsness associated to this ecosystems! This is one hell f an image: simply gorgeous!!!

  2. canvas prints said:

    29/08/2012 14:34

    what a really cool photo