Yesterday I went to Lake Yamanakako to capture Diamond Fuji, a phenomenon, in which the sun overlaps the top of Mt. Fuji. I arrived at the point an hour before the phenomenon and set up two tripods with my D800E and DP2 Merrill. Just when the sun is finally overlapping the top of Fuji, a swan came right in front of me and flapped his wings. Oh thank God, I also had my D600 on my shoulder and so could capture this impressive moment. The swan made this photo special. I gotta give him something next time I see him. The problem is that there're dozens of swans in the lake and I can't tell differences between them.