Milkyway on the Highest Mountain in Japan

By: Teruyasu Kitayama


Yamanashi, Japan

2017 April 29


An honorable mention photo of the 2017 International Earth & Sky Photo Contest
From the photographer: "It is relatively easy that We can take a photo of Mount Fuji, But when we want to take all of that (include the foot of it), it is so difficult in fact. This photo was taken from the top of the mountain called Ryuugatake (it means the mountain of the dragon) opposite Mt Fuji. From this place, we can take Mt Fuji completely.
Technical details: Canon 6D, Tamron 15-30mm f2.8 SP, single-exposure"
Teruyasu Kitayama

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