Fuji in Autumn 2020

by Yokai - November. 21, 2020 583 views
Lake Kawaguchi  河口湖

Lake Kawaguchi  河口湖

Arakurayamasengen Park  新倉山浅間公園

Arakurayamasengen Park 新倉山浅間公園

torii 鳥居

torii 鳥居

a persimmon tree and a cherry tree 柿と桜

a persimmon tree and a cherry tree 柿と桜

tunnel of scarlet maple leaves

tunnel of scarlet maple leaves

The first snow fell in September at the top of Mount Fuji, but the amount of snow has not increased much since then. Fortunately, there were no typhoons to hit Japan. So the trees were not damaged, and the leaves are beautiful this year.  

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Colin Massey 8 months, 2 weeks ago

Mesmorising set of photos, stunning

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Nancy Andrea D 9 months, 4 weeks ago

Beautiful photos as always, Yokai!

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Yokai - Replied to Nancy Andrea D 9 months, 3 weeks ago

Thank you so much, Nancy!

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Antonio Gil 10 months ago

Love the way you've framed Mt. Fuji in these pictures. The weather was so clear - amazing. When I was there there were clouds everywhere. Great work my friend

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Yokai - Replied to Antonio Gil 10 months ago

Thank you, Antonio! Around Tokyo, November through February are often sunny days. Taking advantage of the weather forecast and live video on the internet, I go to Mt. Fuji to take pictures on sunny days.

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Francesc 10 months ago

Amazing captures of the Fuji...Really is a wonderful mountain in autumn ...I love the third framework...Great work Yokai...Happy weekend my friend

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Yokai - Replied to Francesc 10 months ago

Thank you so much, my friend! I wish you the same.

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James V 10 months ago

How is it that the EXIF data are indicating photos with focal lengths less than the lens indicated mounted on your camera? Just curious and thanks for the photos...

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Yokai - Replied to James V 10 months ago

Thanks for your comment, James! I examined the data on the camera and did not find any problems. So there's something wrong with the system of PhotoBlog.

On this day, I used a 15-30mm lens and a 24-105 lens. The data in the second and fifth photos are incorrect.

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James V Replied to Yokai - 10 months ago

Ah, thank you, I was wondering if you had been defying the laws of physics. If so, I wanted a crash course in same. Great shots.

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Jay Boggess 10 months ago

Brilliant series of this beautiful place & time of year!
Thanks, Amigo!
Hope you & yours have a wonderful Holiday Season! 
Stay Safe, Healthy & Joyful! +1 smile +1 
 Adios...

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