Conceivably, the ocean contains all time and all places with the coastline delineating where the understood meets the unfathomable. It acts as a boundary, the line between where we walk and where we float. Standing at the edge is a way to become physically close to our point of origin, geologically, biologically, metaphysically. It is the terra incognita of the modern world. A thing that affects us all. The line of the coast as we know it changes with every crash of a wave, so quickly our data becomes obsolete instantaneously.