His name is Chamba.
These are some kind of fishing pots - conch, perhaps (though different than the conch pots I'm familiar with).
I was asked recently why I like twilight photography. The question was asked in reference to my particular camera and lens combination (5DMKII and 50mm/1.4), but the above photo, of North Water Street, is as good an answer as any to this question. In short, at twilight it is dark enough for lights (and celestial objects) to shine, and light enough for the sky, the subject matter, and silhouettes to still be seen: magic.