I heard that there was going to be a strong typhoon on the news, but I waited for the day nervously without being fully prepared. Though I felt restless due to the intensifying wind and rain, I was unable to do anything after all, and spent my time receiving detailed reports on the damage. The next morning, the Arakawa River had turned into a huge muddy stream which was quite different from normal times, and it came to my mind that the damage in various places which I had been aware of as information the previous night was really real and it was really terrible. The climate is changing drastically. I have to act. There is no time to sit back and watch.


FUJICA GM670 100mm/f3.5 ROLLEI SUPERPAN200/7rolls