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Noda Sunset

Posted by
Alfredo J. Martiz J. (Panama City, Panama) on 24 November 2007 in Landscape & Rural.

One of the things I enjoy doing after a day of class and working in the lab, is watching the beautiful sunset from the rooftop of the building where my lab is located in the University. I usually go alone and I started doing it with more frequency during this years autumn.
A couple of weeks ago, a group of friends from the lab and me went to the rooftop to see the sunset, to my surprise and some of them, we saw a huge mountain in the background, far away, I asked Oshi if he knew what mountain was that and he replied that it was Mt. Fuji.
So here is a photo of a sunset from the rooftop of Building #2 of Noda Campus, to the left you can see the top of Mt. Fuji, I remembered months ago that friends and I went to the top. It is indeed fantastic, powerful and amazing to be able to see from far away. According to Google Earth, the distance from the point where I was standing and the center of Mt. Fuji is 122.90 Km, incredible.
Hopefully this will not be the only photo of this scene, I will continue observing sunsets all around the year and I will try to take more photos, I hope I can take one in a really beautiful day with a clear sky and fantastic visibility so you can see how powerful Mt. Fuji looks from far away.
I wish you a wonderful weekend!

Tokyo University of Science, Noda Campus. November 23rd, 2007

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1/500 second
ISO 200
202 mm (35mm equiv.)