A couple of years ago I was in Portland, Maine on business. I had a couple of hours to kill, so I hit the waterfront district with my camera. The run down fishing docks were especially fun to shoot.
The top image is the consumer side of a row of fishing businesses. This section it looks abandoned, but I’m pretty sure it is the main entrance for a working business. Attached to it (but not in the frame) is a very busy store selling fresh fish. So, appearance aside, it is a vibrant corner of Portland.
Below is the same building on the dock side.