The Franco-Italo-Peruvian photographer Francesca Piqueras visited the Bay of Cansado on the Mauritanian coast, where ships are dismantled . The wrecked vessels become almost unrecognizable once scrap metal merchants have picked them over. “All that remains is a metallic seascape with disturbing shapes jutting out of the water.”
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