Tell The Concrete to Sod Off

Nature is a lot more patient than we are. Nowhere is this more obvious than Tokyo; a city built for efficiency and convenience. In our search of these two things, we forgot nature, but that's okay, nature will fight back. Just look at the picture, it's already started...

Tucker Reiland
University of San Francisco
Nationality: USA

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