Forest in the rain

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The Japanese archipelago, long from north to south and surrounded by the sea, is located in the temperate zone and is rich in nature and has four seasons. The seasons change approximately every two weeks, as indicated by the term "Nijisetsuki," which means "24 seasonal divisions. And as the phrase "every rainfall" suggests, the seasons are carried by the weather and rain. In the forest, the rain carries the seasons with it, washing away what was there in the previous season and creating something new and fresh. I tried to create the beauty of such a rainy forest in a monochrome world.

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