Despite its size, viewing Fujisan is not always a certainty. When the sky is clear, you can be sure that the only cloud will be right in front of him. Last time we came back from Taipei, the sky was very cloudy. And normally the route on the way back makes it almost impossible to see the mountain. But our plane had to land on a runway we rarely use when flying back from Taiwan. We made a slight detour around Chiba, descending under the first layer of clouds. And there, right between the two layers, Mount Fuji was here… completely unexpected.
Gear used: Fujifilm X-Pro 2 + 90mm f/2 (edited in LR + Analog Efex Pro 2)