Mt. Fuji Behind Shinjuku

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Andy BealPhoto.com, Mamoru Yasuda, and 37 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Mamoru Yasuda 39 months ago | reply

    This is almost surreal. Nice work, Ben!

  2. btb300 39 months ago | reply

    no way this is real :D

  3. LifeLover4 39 months ago | reply

    Beautiful graphical image!

  4. hugo benichi 39 months ago | reply

    nice composition ! but fujisan looks bigger than usual ^_^
    where did you took that picture from ?

  5. torode 39 months ago | reply

    It's from the Bunkyo Civic Center in Bunkyo Ward, at 300mm focal length. As the civic center is reasonably far from Tokyo, Fuji looks quite large in comparison. It's actually quite a popular place to take Fuji from.

  6. hugo benichi 39 months ago | reply

    tyvm !
    I am living maybe 100m away from this building, and I did not knew you could go up to the top. Silly me lol. Thanks a lot for the tip !

  7. torode 39 months ago | reply

    Lol, get up there, man! 25th floor, not overly crowded like tokyo tower / mori building, and there is a great view of Tokyo Sky Tree as well.

  8. Justine VDH 39 months ago | reply

    Wow! Pretty impressive!

  9. JasonWeddington 39 months ago | reply

    This is the money shot! Only a few days out the year that it looks this good. Nice one mate.

  10. torode 39 months ago | reply

    Thanks!. Quite true, it was one of those rare days I could see mountains clearly from my balcony and I thought it was worth the trip to Bunkyo Ward.

  11. Lindeberg Feller 39 months ago | reply

    Amazing and fantastic view! Awesome shot!!

  12. kenneth song 39 months ago | reply

    Soo many photos to love in your stream. D:

    lol

  13. Jazzyblue TR 39 months ago | reply

    Sublime....

    Happy Holidays to you and yours....

  14. yoshi.i 39 months ago | reply

    色々な富士山を見ましたが、凄く素敵な富士山
    すばらしいです!

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