24 Looming Skyscraper Photos

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Skyscrapers in themselves are very impressive structures reaching for the sky and may have you sometimes wondering how they were built. It’s great to be on top of one with the great views of the city below you, but the looming buildings also have an incredible perspective from down on the street. These 24 photos of skyscrapers show just that.

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Chase Elliott Clark

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D Petzold

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urbanfeel

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Adam Baker

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Phillip Grondin

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Sabbath Photography

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CJ Schmit

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Randy Le'moine Photography

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Uqbar

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Dino Quinzani

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Felipe Gabaldón

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Tim Sackton

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Uggboy

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Rex Boggs

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Ioan Sameli

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Jens karlsson

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paul (dex) bica

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paul (dex) bica

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Lali Masriera

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Jes

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Edwård

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Rex Boggs

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caccamo

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  1. John Bergholm

  2. David Bise

    Very nice pictures of architecture.
    I would be honored to be chosen by your site.
    Consult my page. http://www.davnad.ipernity.com
    Cordially

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  3. Stiri Foto

    Amazing pictures. And some great pieces of architecture.

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  4. Kerly

    Rex Boggs does it! Impressive, look at the sky!

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  5. Ed Walker

    These are mine, I call them spaceships because when you turn the image upside down it looks like a spaceship flying overhead…

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/spooke/5805324944/

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  6. Lela

    Skyscrapers and line designs in photography are almost synonymous together. I love how the glossy texture of the buildings reflects against light and the sky. Its almost as if you could feel the sharp and corporate mood that (probably) happens inside most of these buildings. Great collection that feels unique despite the millions of “looking up at buildings” photographs that are out there!

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