The World Heritage of Mt. Fuji and Miho-Matsubara
About the work
Born in Shizuoka City, Hirotake Yamakita grew up beholding Mt. Fuji in its various magnificence in each turn of the season. He started full-scale landscape photography with a single-lens reflex camera, as he inherited the relic of his grandfather whose hobby was watercolor painting. Since then, he has been devoting himself to Mt. Fuji in his hometown of Shizuoka and has continued to photograph Mt. Fuji.
Photographed location: Miho no Matsubara, morning, October 2020
Miho-no-Matsubara was registered as a part of Mt. Fuji’s world heritage site in June of 2013. There are over thirty-thousand pine trees growing on the Miho-no-Matsubara’s 7km beach.
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