You cannot see the harbor from this angle unless you are on the deck of a ship. And as I already mentioned, the ferry to England is probably the easiest way to achieve that if you are not acquainted to officials in the harbor. That was the main reason to go to Portsmouth : Have a vision of le Havre from a departing ship. And as soon as you board the ferry, you are taken by the sailor's atmosphere. Even a simple trip to cross the Channel is exciting. And leaving le Havre, where I live, by sea was an experience I wanted to have. Of course, at this time of the day - we left at 10 pm in the summer, you don't have much time because the light is changing so fast that you better be ready with the right lens. This two chimneys from the power station are a kind of symbol, because that is probably what you can discern from the farthest once at sea. Next time I must take the ferry back, to see le Havre growing slowly from afar.