This is a picture of the dry dock where the Titanic was built in Belfast, at Harland and Wolff. This area is now open to the public, along with the pumphouse you see on the right.
The whole docks area is quite photographic, especially considering most of the stuff thats left is abandoned and there is also a lot of new buildings around as the whole area is undergoing regeneration. That’s kind of a pity from a photographers point of view was many of the abandoned warehouses and workshops were torn down to make way for new apartments and other things.
The picture is simply a normal photo that has been given the Art History Brush treatment via Photoshop.