Poster of world heritage site Stevns Klint. The photo shows the many geological layers in the cliff, testifying to all the millions of years that are stored here which is the reason why Stevns Klint is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The cliff is 12 km long and up to 41 metres high. The unusual nature found along the cliff is both a breeding ground for rare and endangered animals and a mecca for birdwatchers.
The photograph is part of the third expansion of Foto Factory’s Denmark series that focuses on the Danish countryside.
Photographer: Martin Bay