The Tsunami Nebula Picture

According to Japanese myth, the cause of earthquakes (and by extension, tsunamis) is the giant catfish Namazu or Namazu-e (the second term refers to the woodcuts of Namazu) living buried in the underground. Namazu is one of the yo-kai (in a very broad sense translatable as "monster"), creatures of Japanese mythology and folklore that were associated or caused misfortune or disasters. By moving his tail he can shake the entire earth and unfortunately he loves to cause trouble and havoc.

Structure: Fractal made in Apophysis. Finishing: Photoshop.
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