Camellia and Persimmon
A glimpse of a tea plantation in Wazuka, Kyoto. The soft and sinuous shape of the rows of Camellia Sinensis are contrasted by the the rough and stark branches of the Persimmon trees. The complementarity of the two figures and their colors creates a beautiful balance which represents the perfection of nature in Japan during Autumn.
You can find the full blog post about the culture and history of tea in Japan at the following page: Tea culture in Japan: history, tradition and plantation of Wazuka