Ok so I was trespassing. It would have gone well if I didn't decide to take a few more shots of the smoke stacks. This is the Caltex refinery near Fort Lytton and the Port of Brisbane. It is easy to drive in and drive around. I have sat around for hours without a sign of life before. Folks at the gate just look at me and go back to sleep. I spent about 30 minutes over all taking long exposures of the towering city of lights and smoke with my Leica. I planned to shoot large format that night but decided it wasn't a good idea to wait around too long for the exposures on slower film. Then a security truck appeared with a man shouting 'delete those photos'. It took a few minutes to fully explain that I cant delete photons off film without, I guess, taking it out and exposing it to light. Which I had to do. Oh dear. He says that my camera and other equipment will be confiscated if I am caught in the port of Brisbane. I better not get caught then.. These places look absolutely amazing at night. Be careful. I wonder though. Brisbane isn't a very large city. Can anyone share any stories or photos from the larger ports or industrial areas of larger cities? I am fascinated with these places. How they can be so desolate and lonely at night, yet still filled with hoards of workers churning away the night shift.