It’s the last day to enter Tropolism’s Your Hidden City photo competition! To recap:
The contest is simple: post your photos (with a caption) to our public Flickr pool (or email them to us for posting), and our jury will select their favorites in five categories. The winners will be posted to Tropolism.
The theme of the contest is uncovering the Hidden City, your Hidden City, the one you see every day. It may be in plain sight of everyone else, but it is your eye that finds the extraordinariness in a particular street corner, a unique stair, a crazy intersection, a visually arresting approach, or a particular tree in the city. The photographs can be of a beautiful (and perhaps unpublished) park, or as simple as the sun hitting a particular building at a particular time of day. Please include a caption, or a Flickr annotation, about what makes it extraordinary to you. The entries should have one thing in common: they demonstrate, to you, the pleasure of living in the city.
The jury is a set of bloggers who write about architecture, urbanism, and landscape design. They are:
- Lisa Chamberlain of Polis and who also covers real estate for the New York Times
- David Cuthbert of architechnophilia
- Geoff Manaugh of BLDGBLOG
- Shawn Micallef of Toronto Psychogeography Society Blog
- Miss Representation
- and yours truly, of Life Without Buildings
The 5 Categories are:
- Best Hidden Place
- Best Density
- Best Natural/Urban Overlap
- Best Unofficial Landmark
- Best Building
Winners will be posted near the end of March. Any and all bribes will be gladly accepted. Good Luck!