The Lillebaelt is a strait between the island of Funen and the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark. Two Bridges cross that strait, and old one (only for local traffic and train), build in 1935. And a new Bridge crossing the Lillebaelt Strait, solely used for freeway traffic, was build in 1970.
Taking pictures in low-light conditions or even nighttime is a challenging task. Low light photography shares characteristics with hobby fishing: It is about patience, skill, gear, fresh air, cold feet and thrilled kicks when there is a catch!
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The Little Belt stretches from the town of Juelsminde in the north to the island of Als in the south, with a winding course in between. The northern end is the widest at over 15 km. From there it narrows to 1 km at a place called Snævringen (The Narrows), where the two Bridges are located. South of Fænø, the strait widens to about 10 km until it reaches the Baltic Sea near Als and the South Funen Archipelago.
The Little Belt’s western coastline is largely broken up by irregular inlets, Fjords, and both sides feature steep sand bluffs.