The coolest feature in your work, I think, is the colors. You have a great framework and the scenery is amazing, of course, but the colors... I can see the Chevreul's Law of Simultaneos contrast of Colors in the blue-orange hues, and this made the photo very nice to be staring at for a long time. I also liked the way my eyes run naturally to the strongest lamp, and then goes down sweetly to the trail, and climb up again to the soft light in the depth of the forest (all the way making a circle, keeping everyone who sees it looking since the circle has no begining and no end.) Congratulations, I wish I could take photographies like you!
I am literally on the verge of attempting to dive THROUGH my computer monitor, in hopes that I might just come tumbling out the other side in Myllyjärvi Jyväskylä, Finland. (Not that I'd do so well there in my pyjamas, brrr)
This is SO amazing. I can't get over the way that the branches on the trees on the right are all white and blue. They look like they're made of ice! Imagine a forest made of ice! All shiny and lit up with lamps. I want to go to Finland!