Revered as a UNESCO World Heritage site and an emblem of nature’s wonder in Japan, it’s no surprise that the iconic Mt. Fuji is often the highlight of breathtaking photography. Any given angle or time of day can produce something as beautiful as the the image of the snow-capped mountain looking as if it is floating on top of clouds or uncannily like a water painting.
Japanese photographer Box (@box_box_you) has recently wowed Twitter with a stunning photo that shows sometimes the best shot comes when you have just the right timing, and a little help from surrounding nature.
Take a look at this perfectly timed photo Box took from Lake Yamanakako, one of the Five Fuji Lakes, that showcases the splendor of Mt. Fuji along with a special guest!
Box shared the photo with the caption “A fleeting superb view“, and it’s very fitting. The moment Box snapped the photo, one of the swans that frequent the lake moves out of the water and spreads its wings with as graceful a photobomb as there can be.