THERE ARE MANY VIEWS Mount Fuji, and they are all correct. 🗻
Hiro drove up to the top of his favorite hilltop vista. He unloaded his paint box, canvas, and easel from the car, and headed a ways up the near by trail. By the time he reached the exact spot he wanted on the trail, he was out of breath. As he looked across the vista to Mount Fuji, he was disappointed. The weather report said it would be a clear day, perfect for painting the view. Well, it was “clear-ish” but there was a heavy haze in the air, spoiling the view. Hiro shook his head.
But then his inner artist took hold. “Isn’t this a part of what Mount Fuji is? Rain, snow, fog, haze? Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall? Movement of the sun. Aren’t these all part of the view of Mount Fuji? Perfect in their own way?” Hiro had to agree. It was all part of the truth and majesty of the eternal mountain.
So he set up his easel and began to paint.