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ENR's Photo Contest Runners-Up

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Christopher Karlson, project designer, Perkins+Will
Photo of the Harpa (Reykjavik concert hall and conference centre) during the installation of one of the 10,000 glass windows in the buildings facade conceived of by artist Olafur Eliasson.
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As one of the five photo judges for this year's photo contest I have to say thanks to everyone who submitted. By "have to" I mean really want to. Aside from a few strange submissions, all of the photos were worthy of serious consideration and it took the judges several hours, in a small, dark room, debating amongst ourselves, before we emerged with the winners.

And even so, we still had a long list of first runners-up that we just didn't feel like tossing aside without sharing, so, we've brought them to you here. Take a look at the slideshow and be prepared for another visually astounding tour of construciton sites around the world. The images appear in random order.


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