These are just HDR photos taken with various ND filters to create these effects... personally, I like both normal & HDR photography
Exactly. If you take the time to read the blog, the photographer goes into depth about his work and HDR. So the intent of the photographs are to be works of art and to evoke an emotional response. Like them or not, it appears that it has worked! I have been to many of the places that he photographed (and filtered and process and tampered with, however you want to look at it), and I felt that his intent was successful. My response to his images of India, was very emotional. I felt he captured the spirit of a place, not just a frozen moment in time, particularly since many of them were interior shots, which was hard to view with the naked eye in this kind of depth. So for me, Trey's HDR photographs worked!