For the past eight years, Francesca Piqueras has been building a portfolio of artistic images of abandoned maritime architecture. Her aesthetically discerning eye has already revealed the tragic fascination and haunting potency of grounded cargo ships, dismantled tankers, oil rigs and rusting military barges.
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