This is what I would call a reverse photograph. It is taken from a wonderful place, the top floor of the oldest building in le Havre, the "Maison de l'Armateur". It is one of the very rare places that escaped the September 1944 bombing of le Havre by the British. So this image is twice reversed in a way. You don't see one of the nicest museum of the town since you are in it and the view is from the place. Instead you see the activity of the harbor that the British tried to wipe out. Instead of a reminder of the war, the quiet fleet of fishing boats seems a symbol of peace, and… you can see the back of the ferry that will take you to the British Islands once you have forgotten the bombs.