Such geometry. The first pillar on the right is almost at the golden ratio. The general flow towards the point of origin is reinforced by the centerpiece of the photo, the yellow lines. On the other hand, it bears a huge resemblance to Mirror's Edge in terms of level design and minimalist use of colors. Great job!
I like it. It's bare and there's nary a hint of its purpose on the walls (or are the walls actually doors? it doesn't look large enough to be a garage and it's too clean). It makes me wonder about where it is and why it's so empty. If there's no-one around, why is it so brightly lit?
This picture is a mystery in itself and begs a story to be told.
I've been looking at your pictures for a while now, and I simply can't get enough of them. I'm not a photography person, you won't hear complex photo-terms rolling from my keyboard, but all I can say is that these photos capture me like photos usually don't do.
Empty space has never looked quite so beautiful. for some reason that open door at the very end just pulls my attention to it (actually, there is a reason, contrast appealing to the eye yadda yadda, but that's just specifics). The lights above are incredibly... dangit, I don't know the word. Almost hypnotizing but not quite. Anyway, frustration over lack of words aside, it looks incredibly captivating how the the light blends together to form a single band of light at the end. I'll just stop typing here before I make a further fool of myself by lack of words, linguistics letting me down again.