Mt. Fuji is hard to find on a normal day because it hides behind the haze and behind the clouds. However, if you get close enough you can’t miss it. This is from a town called Kawaguchiko that sits right on the edge of 富士山. Fuji shoots straight out of the ground with nothing around it, as if a meteor struck from inside the earth outward.
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As a Code Wrangler at Automattic, Inc., I spend my days reticulating splines. As a nomad, I own very few things and enjoy living simply. I love cooking, engineering, photography, and my faithful God, Jesus Christ. View all posts by Dennis Snell