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Sunrise on the Top of Mount Fuji

An unforgettable experience

The bright sun lets everything else appear as shadows—magic! The bright sun lets everything else appear as shadows—magic!
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Simple Me Tyra
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a year ago
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I've asked people who have climb Mt. Fuji, "Which view is better, sunset or sunrise?" Indeed, I only got one answer from several people and you portrayed it on your photo essay. This will attest all their similar answers. Indeed, it is marvelous!
Telloyd
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a year ago
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I'm headed out there next Monday/Tuesday, and am hoping the typhoon down south will have blown through by then...
Nicole Bauer
a year ago
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Yes, it I went Sunday/Monday, that's really funny! Glad you made it. I suffered from altitude sickness last year, when we stayed at the 8.5th station. This time we stayed 200 vertical meters below that on the 8th station (at Hakuun-so) and I was fine!!
Catherine Hagar
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What a coincidence, Nicole! We must have climbed on the same day! I just went this past Sunday/Monday. I saw the exact same sunset :D

Amazing weather, wasn't it? Sunday evening, I got really bad altitude sickness and was afraid I wouldn't make it to the top. Luckily, I did!
What a coincidence, Nicole! We must have climbed on the same day! I just went this past Sunday/Monday. I saw the exact same sunset :D

Amazing weather, wasn't it? Sunday evening, I got really bad altitude sickness and was afraid I wouldn't make it to the top. Luckily, I did!
James Holford
a year ago
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Yes, it is an unforgettable experience. I was impressed by the way the sun, a burnt-orange disk, perceptibly rose then flooded the landscape with light.
Yes, it is an unforgettable experience. I was impressed by the way the sun, a burnt-orange disk, perceptibly rose then flooded the landscape with light.
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