#TwitterTuesday: Buildings

Architecture is a visual art, and the buildings speak for themselves. - Julia Morgan
RomanK PhotographyArchitecture is a visual art, and the buildings speak for themselves. – Julia Morgan
Blues on blue...downtown Tucson
allophileBlues on blue…downtown Tucson
New York City
FreddyswiftNew York City
Bangkok: Modernidad y tradición
Miradas CompartidasBangkok: Modernidad y tradición
Lower Manhattan over old piers
RealMattKaneLower Manhattan over old piers
Tower Life Building During Fiesta in Downtown San Antonio
nan palmeroTower Life Building During Fiesta in Downtown San Antonio
City of Steel - Pittsburgh [Explored]
Raji VathyamCity of Steel – Pittsburgh [Explored]
Waterfront
zh3nyaWaterfront
Buildings, planes and flowers in the heart of the city
Moe_NYCBuildings, planes and flowers in the heart of the city
No flying pig in sight
cbrutelNo flying pig in sight
Paneláky. Post-communist landcape
Cristian ŞtefănescuPaneláky. Post-communist landcape
Reflecting on Freedom
suesthegrlReflecting on Freedom

This #TwitterTuesday was about the concrete jungle. We asked you to show us the most beautiful #Buildings you had in your archives, and we got exactly what we asked for! You showed us, day and night, how stunning the urban scenarios can be, whether they are surrounded by water or by the city.

As always, thanks to everyone who submitted a photo! We highly recommend checking out all contributions in the @flickr Twitter feed.

To see the next challenge delivered directly to your feed, follow us on Twitter or on Flickr. We’ll be back on Friday with the week-long #FlickrFriday challenge and on Tuesday with the new #TwitterTuesday theme.

Photos from -Harm-, Roman Kruglov, allophile, Freddy Swift, Rich, Hernán Castro, Matt Kane, Nan Palmero, Raji Vathyam, zh3nya, Moe_NYC, cbrutel, Cristian Ştefănescu and Sue Holland.