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Green reflections of Isaacs public house in the water of Ipswich dock. A night photograph taken on a manual setting. This is a grade 2 listed building and was formerly a maltings with a kiln. It was built at the end of the 18th century. In 1900 the site was purchased by local businessman Isaac Lord, so hence the name of the pub. Ipswich, Suffolk, England.
Ipswich has been a major east coast port and town since Saxon times.
Below is how the photo would look as a Framed Print. 1) small size with off white background and black box type frame. 2) medium side with black background and black box type frame.