I'm sorry to contradict, but I think man-made structures would not fit so well in here, unless they merge naturally with the surrounding countryside, like Prim's lighthouse, which is just a small part of the picture, and a necessary one for the composition (adding a vertical element without which the image would be too flat).
Of course I like a fine building too, it could even be argued that much of today's landscape is man-made, and I know that even Saruman's engines can look awesome with the right photographing technique - but couldn't we just start a thread for these things in the arts-forum?
I don't mean to be too strict on this, as it's obviously something where the boundaries are fluid (hope that's not too bad a Germanism) - but I'd really prefer it if we put images of man-made structures in arts and pictures of nature in here.
Edit: or start another thread in here about other kinds of beauty. Because, come to think of it, each kind of beauty is an aspect of "Arda Unmarred".
I've seen it look very much like that
Wow! Hmmh, I could imagine it would like that in moonlight. But it seems to me that the vertical light is some kind of fractured light, the way you get it when you take a picture with the camera directed towards the light-source? Or is that water, too, coming from higher up?