Results - Mini Challenge #338 - Weird, Strange, or One-of-a-kind Architecture
Thank you to everyone who contributed to this mini. As usual, the entries were spot-on and well done.
@grandmaR - The Dog House was certainly different and a probably a good advertisement for the Flea Killer. Nemo's Science Museum is a sweeping beauty reminiscent of a large ship.
@JAG - The Ice Museum is definitely a unique shaped building and the photo of John proving his gallantry is special. I did use the link for the Church of Spilled Blood in St. Petersburg and was Wowed by the beauty of the entire church.in the first photo. I kind of wish that was the photo you entered - the interior by itself is mesmerizing but difficult to appreciate the detail. The unique spires of the church do make the building beautifully unique.
@pegelli - The Rotterdam factory has beautiful lines created by the walkways making the structure unique. The futuristic ship "sitting" atop and within the Antwerp Harbor House is wonderfully strange and unique.
@sarasphotos - I've never seen a depiction of the interior of the Louvre Glass Pyramid before, although one would still recognize the overall structure. The Chateau de Chambord is amazing. And the fact that it was built in the 16th Century is mind blowing. The more I look at it, the more detail I see.
@bfluegie - Both the sod roofed buildings are indeed unique. And the gargantuan Oslo Opera House is strange and beautiful at the same time.
Third Place - @grandmaR for the Nemo Museum. A good representation of the topic.
**Second Place **- @pegelli for the Antwerp Harbor House.
**First Place **- @sarasphotos for the Chateau de Chambord Hunting Lodge. Although the 'parts & pieces' of the structure may be classic rather than strange or unique, the overall appearance is so unique and mesmerizing that I can't stop staring at it.
Congratulations to everyone for great entries for a rather unusual topic. And Sara, the Baton is passed to you.
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