buildings reaching for the sky.
This doesn't look like a fish-eye result PorJoe.
A fish-eye will give 180 degree view, but the above image looks like around 16mm or so lens.
Fish-eye 8mm-10mm (mostly all 8mm)
Superwide angle 10mm-16mm
Benefit of the doubt.... You have cropped a clean image out of a circular fish-eye photo because of the [i]freaking[/i] wasted black area all around the original photo. If you used a fish-eye, you'll understand the last statement.
There are some great software's out there for manipulating fish-eye shots and putting them back into perspective, sort of. Depending on your camera make, you may be able to find this type of software from your camera makers website, if not, then Google: fish-eye software, and let the experience begin.