Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos showing tall buildings in this photo contest with chances to win prizes by Printic: Order photo books, photo prints, posters and calendars from your phone. Available on iPhone, Android & Windows Phone.

A special thanks to friend and professional photographer Conrad Hechter for his collaboration as a guest judge. Conrad Hechter has exhibited his photographs all over the world including Sydney, San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York and San Diego. His photographs have been published in many magazines.

Grand Jury Winner

"This striking and futuristic image is compelling in its dichotomy - being both alluring and somewhat alarming at the same time. As the name suggests it seems to epitomise an advanced society that although high-tech, may also possibly be punitive to a free and open society. An exceptional composition with measured use of negative space that helps to emphasise the angular nature and contrast of the buildings. A truly arresting and outstanding image!" - Conrad Hechter

Runner Up

"The title of this image conveys the somewhat claustrophobic feeling of modern high-rise development. The buildings look like they are reaching into the blue-grey sky of another world. They manage to draw you in and there is the feeling that at any moment you may swirl down a wormhole into the beyond and then be free from their confinement. A great composition and beautifully muted colours!" - Conrad Hechter

Runner Up

"What a magical image! The contrast between the old sand-yellow brick tower and the blue-black, star-littered sky is really beautiful. The black rectangular portals in the tower make it seem like a runway that takes off into the night sky. An added plus in terms of composition is the dark window that appears to be an opening to the sky." - Conrad Hechter

Runner Up

"The monolithic nature of this image is remarkable! There is something primeval and even deeply religious about it." - Conrad Hechter

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