Shinto priest descending Mount Fuji after sunrise, Japan. UNESCO World Heritage listed.

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Tamron AF 18- 270mm VC macro lens

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FEATURED in “The Woman Photographer” Jan. 2010
FEATURED in “True Colors of Asia” Jan. 2010
FEATURED in “JPG Cast-Offs” March 2010
FEATURED in “JAPAN Through The Lens” April 2010
TOP TEN Winner in “Travel and Adventure in Asia” Challenge in “Travel and Adventure” May 2010
FEATURED in “Sold” Nov. 2010
FEATURED in “Solo Exhibition” March 2011
FEATURED in “Photography Challenge” March 2011
FEATURED in “The Human Condition” Feb. 2012

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Valerie Rosen is a social documentary photographer, best recognized for her evocative portraiture from the streets of India and Nepal. She is currently based in her native Montreal, Canada and is available for hire as a freelance photographer and private photography coaching. Please send a bubblemail for inquiries. Thanks for visiting!

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  • mttmaliha
    mttmalihaover 4 years ago

  • Joanna Beilby
    Joanna Beilbyover 4 years ago

    Now that is one awesome shot. Superb sepia treatment too. Love it.

  • vaquera
    vaqueraover 4 years ago

    Beautiful Shot !

  • Valerie Rosen
    Valerie Rosenover 4 years ago

    wow! such kind comments. thanks so much! …and thanks maureen for the feature! :-)

  • Al Bourassa
    Al Bourassaover 4 years ago


  • Wow! Thanks!!! :-)

    – Valerie Rosen

  • Annie Lemay  Photography
    Annie Lemay P...over 4 years ago

    This deserves alot more attention than it is receiving. Beautiful!

  • Valerie Rosen
    Valerie Rosenover 4 years ago

    Very kind of you, Annie! :-)

  • SRana
    SRanaover 4 years ago

    one word -stunning

  • Valerie Rosen
    Valerie Rosenover 4 years ago

    Thank you so much, SRana! He came past me in a matter of moments. Saw him coming down the hill behind me and knew what shot was coming my way as soon as he’d turn the corner. A really great photo memory. :-)

  • blueeyesjus
    blueeyesjusover 4 years ago

    Just breathtaking, the vastness compared to the lone figure is just well

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