Nigorisawa bares its teeth

10 November 2018 ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image
Nigorisawa bares its teeth

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)

Very interesting spotting, Tom. Certainly wouldn't have crossed my mind without you pointing it out.

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Tom Rapsey

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