Visual Artist and Photojournalist Shanna Merola is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of  this photo essay.  From the project ‘Another Country’To see  Shanna’s body of work, click on any image.






The scenes in Another Country emerge from daily images of conflict and uprising. Discarded shoes, tarps and handmade signs that mark the post-industrial landscape become part roadside memorial and part doomsday prophecy. These temporary sculptures – set against the backdrop of environmental decline – evoke a cautionary tale of hazmat crews and oil soaked shorelines.







All images ©  Shanna Merola



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 We All Live Downwind

By  Shanna Merola