Interior Design Magazines will share with you, as usual, the National Geographic‘s photo of the day. Why? Because National Geographic has the most fantastic pictures of the world. Every single day, the magazine reveals one astonishing photo about people, nature, animals, breathtaking views…the subjects are different but still, National Geographic has the best photos you will ever find.
Mount Fuji photos – Beautiful spring photos – “Fuji Blossoms”
Photograph by Yuga Kurita, National Geographic Your Shot
“I live on the north side of Fuji, and spring comes earlier on the south side, so I traveled to the south to admire the cherry blossoms with Fuji before spring came to my town,” says Yuga Kurita, a member of our Your Shot community.
“I left my house after midnight to get there in the morning, when the air is clearer and the cherry blossoms look more beautiful. When I was at the border between Yamanashi and Shizuoka Prefectures, the sun was dawning, and I saw that Fuji was hiding behind clouds. So I parked and slept in my car for a while, planning to go back home after waking up. An hour later, I sensed something and woke. What I saw was Fuji emerging from the clouds. I was very delighted and drove south to capture the scene. I didn’t try to focus the scene perfectly because I liked the slight bokeh effect on Mount Fuji in the background.”
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Source: National Geographic