Open to photographers with a ranking outside the top 1000. There are two other 'Abstract architecture' contests currently open to other ranks. Take a look at the leaderboard for more information on Photocrowd rankings.
Architecture can be abstract because it was designed that way by the architect, or it can be made abstract by a photographer who chooses to isolate certain shapes and elements from any and all context; creating a composition that is both compelling and visually abstruse. Show us your own interpretation of 'Abstract architecture' and you could win!
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