I like the colors in that shot.
These two aren't HDR, but they did take a little post-process time to compile. They're composite shots using several bulb exposures layered together. The first one was taken at the intersection of River Rd and Convention St (looking east) in downtown Baton Rouge, LA. The second shot was taken from the pedestrian overpass above River Rd in between North Blvd and Government St (looking north) in Baton Rouge, also.
Here's my latest HDR submission:
Final HDR image.
This is the old capital building in downtown Baton Rouge at the intersection of North Blvd and River Rd. I took these images (three exposures altogether) at the west gate (on River Rd) looking east at the building. This image took all three exposures, 60+ layers, and about five hours of post-process. Until I can build a new computer, my HDR images are going to look grainy like that simply because my current system (almost three years old now) isn't powerful enough to handle extreme high-quality without running out of resources.
Also, if anyone wants the full-resolution version, you can get it here