Last weekend, my wife and I took part to the Scott Kelby's Worldwide Photo Walk. One of the walks (I discovered Göteborg had two this year!) went through Gullbergskajen, a quay with lots of old, rusted, semi-abandoned ships. It's located very close to the heart of the city and it's a great place to visit (although I wouldn't go there alone at night...).
I had a short telephoto lens with me (a.k.a., the "cream machine") and fucused on some of the amazing details that were laying all around. This shot shows the top of a big, chunky generator. On the back of the camera, it looked like an abandoned futuristic city with tower buildings and landing spots for starships. To increase that feeling, I went crazy with the white balance and I took it all the way to the blue side. If you want to see more pics from that day, you can also check: