Japan Alps

November 26th, 2009, 7:26 am · Topics: Uncategorized · Print




Japan Alps

Originally uploaded by Bob Owen

View this at it’s original size (warning 16mb)

This is the view of the Japan Alps from Kawaguchiko (I think) 5th Station on Mt. Fuji. This is the highest point along Mt. Fuji that can be reached by driving, some 2300 meters high.

The Japan Alps is the mountain range that runs along the backbone of mainland Japan. Our tour guide also referred to this as the 1000 alps range.

It was super cold at this point, even though we were only about 1/2 way up the mountain. The white stuff on the trees in the foreground is snow.

This is a hand-held panorama consisting of 27 individual captures. The full size image in PS format is 1.2 gb. This had to be scaled down for upload to flickr.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Your photo in comments, use Gravatar
Please include http://
Note: XHTML is allowed.

Subscribe to this comment feed via RSS

Are you on Nike+ too?

Find me there as OneTrueBob