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Same as the other Fuji photos I have taken. Cant think of anythig to really add so Ill do what every good programmer does beg steal and borrow and when all else fails create your own..... Here is some other info on fuji that was borrowed from some web site.

"The highest mountain in Japan, Mt.Fuji is 3776-meter high. Mt.Fuji, which had been a sacred mountain, appeared the present form about 10,000 years ago. More than 200,000 people climb to the top of Mt.Fuji in a year. 30% are forginers

Mount Fuji is the archetype of the stratovolcano and probably rivals Vesuvius for the best-know volcano. The volcano rises about 3,500 m above the surrounding plain. Fuji has erupted at least 16 times since 781 AD. Most of these eruptions were moderate to moderate-large in size. The most recent eruption was in 1707-1708 from a vent on the southeast side of the cone. The eruption ejected 0.8 cubic km of ash, blocks, and bombs. Five historic eruptions have caused damage, including the 1707-1708 eruption, but no fatalities. Fuji had two large eruptions (VEI=5) in 1050 and 930 BC."

F-Stop: f7.1
Focal Length:22mm
Exposure Time:1/60 Sec
Description:Mt. Fuji

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