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Robert Adams wrote: " (The ocean's) appearance, closely observed, is hypnotic; who can be uninterested in so delicate a light, or power of waves on rock, or the immensity of the whole view? . . . The ocean, by virtue of its size and apparent emptiness, invites attention outward from our petty landscapes, away from ourselves . . . The sea is too vast to understand and too awesome to avoid. It attracts us as it offers a final liberation from human scale."