Hi DKN, Brave person.
Lovely City, and your artistic rendition does you credit, it may not be to everyone's taste, that shouldn't concern you, the main issue here is do you like what you've done ??
As mentioned in an earlier post, it's always about light, in most of your Daylight Images you've clearly had very flat overcast light, your sort of behind the eight ball from the get go in these circumstances especially for the large view open City/landscape Images your attempting.
Once you decided to push the shutter your stuck with what you have, in a lot of the Images I see here considering the extremely flat light, an option may have been to go B&W, push the contrast up, work at getting one of those older style moody B&W images. Get out at night and look at Images that reflect the light from the City off the Cloud Base.
Another view might have been to concentrate on close in snapshots of the city, sections of buildings that are clearly Stockholm, I remember a load of old buildings in this city with Gargoyles on the lintels etc, these sorts of Images under flat light can be an option while you wait for a better light situation.
The pinkish toning will work for some viewers, but your fighting a battle with the traditionalists among the audience, I guess I'm somewhere in that crowd on the fringes, I do like art in photography (Infrared's Images on CR, Great stuff, and many others), but I'm not a HDR person, Images like the "Trey Rattcliffe" style of Imaging just doesn't work for me, but, you can't say they don't work for everyone as this particular chap (Trey Rattcliffe) has a huge huge following, and is almost the perfect example of how you take an interest in Photography and turn it into a multi million dollar business, very very smart chap.
Your Images remind me a little of his, so keep at it, develop your style, and the fact that your eager to have people critique your Images is a great sign for your future improvement.