Skagen, Denmark where the Baltic Sea and the North Sea meet. Due to the very different water densities and chemical differences those two don’t fancy mingling or mixing. As a result they create the most amazing phenomenon of two bodies of water side by side that crash against each other.

Skagen, Denmark where the Baltic Sea and the North Sea meet. Due to the very different water densities and chemical differences those two don’t fancy mingling or mixing.

“Breathtaking. Møns Klint chalk cliffs along the eastern coast of the Danish island of Møn in the Baltic Sea.

Mons Klint Chalk Cliffs allong the eastern coast of the Danish Island of Mon in the Baltic Sea

Spot where the Baltic Sea and the North Sea meet but don't mix, due to the very different water densities and chemical differences. (Skagen, Denmark)

Spot where Baltic and Northern sea meet but don't mix.the Baltic Sea and the North Sea meet because of the different densities of water

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Pier Path to the Sea ~ Photography by LuzzzelmannThis photo was taken on July 2008 in Graal-Müritz, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, DE.

The Baltic Sea at the coast of Ückeritz.

To walk into the ocean has a new meaning. The Baltic Sea at the coast of Ückeritz.

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