the best spots to take pictures of Mt. Fuji

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Pashadelic is a Japanese web service and app that crowdsources the best spots to take pictures of the best landmarks. The name comes from the words pasha – “click,” as in the click of a camera in Japanese – and the suffix delic (ie: psychedelic). In essence, the service enables photography fans to share their photos and, subsequently, their favorite spots for taking the photos. Flipping through the site I came across some magical photos of Mt. Fuji, perhaps Japan’s most famous and well-photographed subject. (photos by tsugiur and takuya suda)

On a related note, last year we did a week-long series on Mt. Fuji.

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5 Comments

  1. Wow! These photographs are amazing. Thanks for sharing.

  2. amazing…. really beautiful and amazing photos. Thanks for sharing!

  3. This be very handy when I partake on my en plein air pilgrimage someday.

  4. Robert Corsair

    April 1, 2014 at 1:59 pm

    Tell me where you were when you took the photos. The weather the life the streets and nature of the surroundings.

  5. photographic genius in the league of Hokusai’s woodblock views of Mount Fuji. Too beautiful for words.

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