I was being 'ironic', Mitchell86
When shooting, and it's particularly with a wide angle lens, if the camera isn't exactly parrallel with the ground and with the horizon through the middle of the image, then anything with height will lean. More so towards the edges of the frame.
So your options with the shot are:
a - To take a shot with the camera parallel to the ground and crop off the bottom of the image, maintaining vertical verticals.
b - To take a shot to fit everything in, keeping the leaning buildings and then to distort and warp the image in photoshop. You'll have to shoot wider that you at first anticipate to allow 'space' to distort the image and maintain the composition you're after.
c - Keep the leaning buildings as they are
d - buy a tilt shift lens, which can minimise the converging verticals.
This is a slightly extreme version of converging verticals, where the camera is pointed directly upwards for effect.