In the shared dreams of humanity, the moon and the ocean are bound together like lovers, tangled in a sleepless dance. Wandering sailors were said to be moonstruck on certain nights, when the full belly of the moon hung low over the black backdrop of the sea. The stars above reflect on the water and enchant infinitely: as above, so below. Gravitas plays in this enmeshment, mirroring a torn reflection of breaking waves. What secrets are revealed when the water is pulled back from the shore?