It’s rare to see Mt. Fuji on a summer day, but thanks to some rain and clear air, it was visible under the cloudy sky. Also visible in this picture are the Tanzawa Mountains. I took this picture from the train.
The rare summer Mt. Fuji photo.
Filed under Izumi-ku, Japan, Kanagawa, Mountains, Picture of the Week, Yokohama
Tagged as Izumi-ku, Kanagawa, mountains, Mt Fuji, summer, Tanzawa-Oyama Mountains, Yokohama
That must be something to live close enough to see it every day.
I can’t see it every day. Throughout summer, it is almost impossible to see because of the high humidity. The air is so thick that all you can see is white.
Very nice! Must have been a great surprise as you usually need clear blue skies🙂
Yeah, it was. I always enjoy seeing Mt Fuji when it’s visible. Winter is great for that.
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