Well, I looked at the 'short list'. It sort of brings back memories of my photography class back in the '90's. I guess the contest 'assignment' was to submit an image with the Bergeron Centre featured as the main subject from any aspect/perspective, etc. It's a neat building and there are some interesting images in that list.
Too bad there aren't names on the images or at least numbers to identify them.
But I gotta be honest, most of them don't do much for me. Some are well done but most of them just look like boring pictures of rooms, etc. I'm not much of a architecture image fan anyway, it was a challenge for me in my photography class to get a captivating image of architecture and I still feel the same way.
I ended up trying to decide between these two. The water droplets of the wet street and the extra effort of the light lines is pretty cool. But the overall contrasting color saturation and perspective of the building sunset with cool deep blues is nice as well. My 'runner up' is the geometrical shot with the reflection of the plane and the birds in flight. The rest of the images, while noteworthy, don't do much for me.
Drum Roll..... I voted for the blue sunset shot. I think overall it's a more pleasing picture. If the water droplet picture had more contrast and blacker blacks overall, I might have liked it the most. Plus, the leaves in the upper left corner were a distraction. If it had been photoshopped with all black/white contrasty monochrome and then have the light streak in color, that might have been more striking.