Artist Anna Wacker is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the series ‘Art in the Ship Graveyard’To see Anna’s body of work, click on any photograph.


Run Before The Wind


Cape Horn Fever


Old Salt






One can find the most fascinating artworks in a ship graveyard where old boats and ships have been left to decay, disintegrate or to be dismantled to have their metal recycled. Natural forces have become master over the work of man. While most people see them as rotting, pitiful carcasses of once proud sea vessels, an artist’s eye sees that the concurrence of nature and time have transformed them into great pieces of art which never cease to evolve.


Flaming Starboard


Old Man


Taste Of Salt


All images and text © Anna Wacker



See also:

Old Doors, Facades, Interiors

By Anna Wacker





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