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Kagurazaka Park in the Rain

The beauty of flowers in the rainy season

Walking in the rain across Kagurazaka is not the most pleasant thing to do. However, once the rain has passed and droplets are gleaming on flowers, it is a special time to take the camera and to make several pictures. Having begun to make pictures near Akagi Temple, I couldn't stop and continued to walk though several small streets in this area.

In the first part of this photographic essay, there is a collection of rare red hydrangea and hibiscus flowers which are more commonly found in the Okinawan landscapes of sub-tropical Japan.

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