Skyscrapers - Features up 14/9/15

Fill the frame with purpose built buildings over 15 storeys high. We also accept the views taken from skyscrapers.

Skyscrapers avatar challenge

This challenge closed over 4 years ago.

The Challenge

So, for this challenge we are looking for works that will look awesome as a group avatar.

For examples have a look at this forum thread

Basically view it as a x-small thumbnail which you can see using this tool and if the tops of the buildings are not cut off and you think “yay, a skyscraper group avatar” then enter it here :-)

  1. skyscrapers must be a focus not an afterthought
  2. normal rules apply: bell towers/minarets/cathedral spires/clock towers etc do not count as skyscrapers
  3. please enter work into the group
  4. photo or painting/drawing etc are all fine
  5. by entering you are giving the group permission to use the work as the group avatar for an indefinite period.

Judging / Voting Criteria

Please vote for your favourite(s) that will fit the SHAPE and size needed for an AVATAR. Every vote counts!

Rewards & Prizes

group avatar, redbubble voucher if at least 8 entries and winner has 3 or more votes/not in a low scoring 4+ way tie.

banner, kudos, eternal glory.

Additional Information

Please add work to group.

2 weeks to enter, 1 to vote. This can be extended at any time without notice if entries or voting activity is slow.

Cover Image: Retro Singapore - View from the Phoenix 1. by ellismorleyphto

Completed

The Top Ten

Sleepless In Manhattan by billyboy

Sleepless In Manhattan by billyboy was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 5 votes.

  • Eureka Tower, Melbourne, Australia by Robert Dettman
  • Empire State Building by dgscotland
  • Winnipeg Skyscraper by AnnDixon
  • Shun Hing Square ("Di Wang"), Shenzhen, China by Chris Millar
  • I C Blue ( VIVID Festival Sydney ) by Ryan Conyers
  • Sunrise at Circular Quay by Sharon Brown
  • The Big Apple by Maggie Hegarty
  • Apartemen Pavilion by buildings
  • Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort by Tim Coleman

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