Cloud layer looks like line between dimensions in amazing shot taken far from the mountain’s peak.
Mt. Fuji is the most enduring and recognizable symbol of Japan, but ironically, it sometimes feels like something from a whole other world. The 3,776-meter (12,389-foot) mountain is so much taller than anything in its vicinity, and its largely undeveloped slopes so timeless, that when gazing at Mt. Fuji, it’s almost hard to believe that something so majestic could exist within our reality, and that surreal, sublime beauty is captured in this breathtaking photo from Japanese photographer and Twitter user ＠bee_tk_.