All of this restaurant’s seafood comes from Tsukiji market waste
He sees a wave rise in the distance, grow, approach, change form and color, fold over itself, break, vanish, and flow again.
Isolating one wave is not easy, separating it from the wave immediately following, which seems to push it and at times overtakes it and sweeps it away; and it is no easier to separate that one wave from the preceding wave, which seems to drag it toward the shore, unless it turns against the following wave, as if to arrest it.
Text: Mr. Palomar; Italo Calvino
Image: Karl Blossfeldt; Urformen der Kunst