Thank you for all the great comments!
You're absolutely right!Not sure which is better: The photo, or the fact that your wife understands your hobby to the point where she says "don't worry about our dinner reservations, get the shot".
You are fortunate to have found that in a spouse. She (as well as the photo) is a keeper! Seriously though, good work with the image, and thank you for sharing.
Thanks Klaus and thanks for the clarification. Also I believe the city really invests in this kind of light architecture.I like to say something about the buildings.
All buildings you see are storages. The quarter is called "Speicherstadt" - "storage city".
The vertical iluminated parts are emergency stairs for the workers. This became duty after half of Hamburg burnt down decades ago.
Some of the storages contain carpets - the biggest carpet storage worldwide.
One highlight is the "Mini-Wunderland" the biggest miniature railway in Europe. It's worth a visit when you'll be there.
Some of the storeage buildings are converted to apartements.
Franks picture is marvelous