Sunday, April 8, 2012

Sunrise near Mt. Nantai

In Nikko, Japan


This is not a painting or camera trick… this is my real shot of sunrise in Nikko, Japan. Wonderful…
Praise God for his beautiful and majestic creation…



One early morning, me and my friends chilling out (which is freezing literally) with Mt. Nantai in the background


Mount Nantai (also called Futarasan) is a stratovolcano in the Nikkō National Park in central Honshū, the main island of Japan. It stands at 2,486 m high. This prominent landmark can be seen on clear days from as far as the Pacific coast, 100 km away.

We are at 1,274m above sea level, higher than Mt Makiling (1,090m) and Tagaytay (634m) but a little lower than Mt Bulusan (1,565m) and Baguio (1,500m)



Here are the rest of the shots taken during sunrise…







How to get there?
From Tokyo, ride the Tobu Asakusa Station which can be accessed by subway (Ginza and Asakusa Subway Lines). There are hourly rapid trains between Asakusa and Nikko which will take you for 2 hours travel time.

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