This is undoubtedly the most inspiring photograph I have seen in my time. I love the idea that being all alone in one lifeless room can give you a feeling, or almost security, that there is no one in the world to tell you how to do this, why you can't do that, or telling you why or why not that this is wrong. I will admit, the originality is not much because I've seen plenty of photographs of lifeless rooms and regions (this mostly applies to my addiction to Chernobyl). I could've given the originality five stars for the modernness, since I don't see many abandoned rooms or regions that are /modern/. The vision receives five stars because this is just a very eye-pleasing atmosphere. I love how the whole room is absolutely stainless, yet you get this feeling that no one would dare go into there. The impact gets five stars because this now makes me want to go into an empty space as well, and just enjoy the serene atmosphere that this picture seems to have. This isn't so impacting that I want to change how I do things, but this does make me notice things in general that I failed to notice before.... All in all, great work!
the brightness of the station really is captivating. The ceiling looks so shiny it reflects what's beneath giving a very disorienting effect to the viewer. It's almost like someone in the room wouldn't know which way is up and which way is down. The challenge is to find the way out.