Midnight on the ghost train

I went to Sweden!  Ok, it was brief - but I went!

This is the main terminal, or Central Station, in Malmo Sweden.  Yes, I went to Sweden.  I just like to say that.  Ok, so it wasn't a visit to Stockholm, but hey I was actually in Sweden so that counts, right?

Anyways, I took a day trip over from Copenhagen and just had to visit Malmo since it is only ~30 minutes away.  It was one of those "why not?" decisions.  I'm glad I did. 

Topaz Adjust saves the day...

As you can tell, this photo is a bit different than most of my shots.  I usually go for a bit more realistic look, but in this case I threw that idea out the window.  I was messing around with it in Topaz Adjust because after processing this 7 frame HDR, it just looked boring.  In fact, it was boring.  So I decided to run it through Topaz Adjust and hope for something interesting. 

While in Topaz I happened to pass my mouse over the "Color Negative" setting, and the preview just caught my eye!  That was it - I was done and very happy to have something interesting and unique out of an otherwise "blah" photo.  Thanks Topaz!!  You saved this one for me!

Oh, and I just named this photo based on the first thing that popped into my head when I saw it.  It was actually shot around 12 noon.  It was the Color Negative setting that made all the difference!

What would you call it?

Technicals: 7 frame HDR, f/13, 14-24mm wide angle lens (at 16mm)

Software: Photomatix, Color Efex Pro, Aperture, Topaz Adjust