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    It is because the art wall always being dilluted by rain.

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    The art wall color is lighter. It is because the art wall always being dilluted by rain.

    How to say the colour of the painting on the wall is become lighter and it is because of the rain.

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    Re: It is because the art wall always being dilluted by rain.

    Rain fades the colours of the art wall. The colours of the art wall fade because of rain.

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    Re: It is because the art wall always being dilluted by rain.

    Actually the fading of paint occurs mainly due to the action of ultra-violet light on the colour pigments in the paint. Paint on wall doesn't just dissolve in the rain.You can say 'the paint colours fade due to prolonged exposure to weather'.

    I recognise the mural, it is located in Penang, Malaysia.
    http://theoccasionaltraveller.com/20...e-town-penang/
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