Nigorisawa bares its teeth – This ragged corner of Hassawa collects all the detritus of passing typhoons and fly tipping humans. But take a closer look and you’ll see that something else has left its mark, too. A one metre thick line of ash and pumice in the side of the gorge from the last time Fuji woke up – in December 1707. It’s a stark reminder that everyone’s favourite mountain also has some pretty frightening teeth to bare.
Hadano, Japan / November 2018
(Note - I'm new to Canvas, and still finding my bearings. More to follow, but my recent work is at satoyamaseasons.wordpress.com)
Amateur photographer focusing on landscapes and nature in rural Japan.