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The calendar we use today is based on the cycle of the earth's rotation around the sun.
The exact cycle is 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes, and 45 seconds.
We have established leap years and other calendar rules to avoid this 5 hour 48 minute 45 second error.

But what about in nature?

From nature's point of view, there is no concept of a calendar.
5 hours, 48 minutes, 45 seconds per year.
57 seconds per day.
There will be a gap in time with humans.

In other words, there are 57 seconds in a day that we don't have.
Isn't there a space here that humans cannot see?

This work is an observation of 57 seconds.

  • Photographer: JINITO