A photograph of the decrepit South Wharf in Innsmouth, looking East/South East. Devil Reef is barely visible along the horizon line in the right-hand side of the picture.
This is a mildy retouched photograph of the Gloucester wharf taken in 1922. The wear and tear on the buildings might be too subtle, but I'm happy with how it came out. Based on the geography given in "The Shadow Over Innsmouth" the narrator's conversation with Zadok Allen occurs just south of this point, at the foot of an even more decayed dirt and brickwork wharf. The "ruined warehouse" that shelters that talk from prying eyes is the building on the far right of this picture, complete with tilted walls and missing boards.