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Nah. Your idea is good (joining a horizontal row of vertical shots). Use it. The only thing that may have evaporated is a hope you may have had that the idea was original. Doesn't matter if it was original or not. What matters is that you are thinking creatively, which bodes well.
It, the idea, had dawned on me while in San Fran California, on the top floor of the children's hospital, as my daughter received her Chemo medicine, my mind wandered out the windows, admiring the inspiring city view, and beautiful cathedral near by, made me wish I brought my Nikon D700 that day, and it lead to mock photograph what I considered the standard horizontal shot, until for a brief moment, I told my wife in detail, of how i wonder if anyone had the idea to shoot these the opposite way, despite the fact that it would take many more photo's most likely stitched, and so on, she said, who knows, maybe not, you should try it, i said, yeah, but i left my camera at home, i have no tripod either, and i was just not up to task, ugh. i used my cellphone that day, but left with the wonder if it had been done, so well, apparently it has, lol! One reason i thought it would be cool, was because i had what was wide to me, Nikkor 24mm 2.8D, so it gave me the wonder to take in the city even more, and just crop the extra sky, if needed!