Japanese photographer Kazuumi Takahashi grew up as the son of a fisherman. As such, he developed a profound relationship with the rhythms of the ocean in concert with the cycles of the moon. In this selection of photographs—from the artist’s first monograph High Tide Wane Moon published by Nazraeli Press—Takahashi presents mesmerizing compositions that, at first, appear otherworldly. In these dreamlike landscapes, the artist’s aesthetic perception of the sea and sky becomes palpable. For the viewer, the images act as a portal through which one’s awareness of the ocean and moon are reawakened. Takahashi’s work has been exhibited widely throughout Japan; notably, this is the first presentation of his work in the United States.