Prehistoric Monument, Djursland, Denmark

This windy evening I visited an area with great history, a place where the inhabitants from the village of Tustrup worshipped their ancestors many years ago. The protected area with reconstructed cairns, passage grave and cult house is from the Neolithic age. The passage grave is with its 10 meter long chamber the biggest of its kind in East Jutland. This is a great location for landscape photography and with the full moon rising on the eastern horizon you can't stop thinking about what this place meant to these ancient people.


(Nikon D700, Nikkor AFS 16-35mm 4,0 VR ED,
Lee Big Stopper filter, Graduated ND 0,6H filter, iso 400, tripod)

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