Gothenburg, Sweden - Neoclassical architecture lines its tram-rattled streets, grit-hip cafes hum with bonhomie, and there's always some cutting-edge art and architecture to grab your attention. Photo by Werner Nystrand
I think this image stands out due to the leading lines and the cross pattern between the rail lines. I feel that it also stands out because the lines start to disappear as they get further away. I think the dusk lighting also adds to the image with soft l
Göteborg (Gothenburg) -- Skanskaskrapan standing in the area "Lilla bommen" (where the barque "Viking" is moored). The skyscrape was ready in 1989, built by Skanska, thereby its name (Skanska Scrape). It has 22 floors with offices and shops. The building is 86 meters high and visible from many parts of the city. Photo by Arild Vågen, Wikimedia.