PHOTO・Text Nicolas Wauters

 今 全世界が新型コロナウィルスの脅威にさらされ厳しい状況下にあります。

Hey everyone,
First things first, in this slightly strange coronavirus period, I hope that you, your family and friends are going well and I invite your to take care…
Unfortunately, as I want to take less risk as possible, I have not been able to take photos in Tokyo in recent months. I really try to do m best to avoid exits. However, I want to share some images of Mount Fuji to compensate.


During my first trips in Japan, my interest was more focus on electronic devices and video games, so I spent so many times in the city and had no attraction for this mountain.
But since I live here my vision of Japan has completely changed and the Mount Fuji become one of my favorite subjects, both for photos and for walking my bulldogs.


  日本には「一度も登らぬ馬鹿 二度登る馬鹿」という諺があるようですね。

There is a proverb which says that “the one who rises it once is a wise man and the one who rises it twice is crazy.”
After having already climb it 6 times (and always trying to beat my speed record for climbing it which is 4:30) and even twice in the same year, I do not know where to stand with this proverb…
I do not know where this interest comes from, maybe it is because I come from a very flat country? Moreover we nicknamed Belgium “the flat country”, or simply because I like to walk, and it’s a unique experience that I invite you to try.


This year, I want to continue exploring the Japanese mountains which are so beautiful, and I will, of course, still climb the top of Fuji San, but also plan to visit Shirouma Dake or Kamikochi to take pictures and enjoy your wonderful country!

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