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20 June 2013 | Art & Photography, Secret | By: Dean Nicholas

London Puzzles: Reflections

London Puzzles: Reflections
St Paul's Cathedral, by Liam Davies
St Paul's Cathedral, by Liam Davies
Crane at Battersea Power Station, by Andrew Smith
Crane at Battersea Power Station, by Andrew Smith
Royal Academy of Arts, by Benn Glazier
Royal Academy of Arts, by Benn Glazier
Tower 42, by Londonshotsuk
Tower 42, by Londonshotsuk
County Hall, by Flamenco Sun
County Hall, by Flamenco Sun
Centre Point, by Stephen Iliffe
Centre Point, by Stephen Iliffe
Lloyds Building, by Homemade
Lloyds Building, by Homemade
The Shard (under construction) by David Merrigan
The Shard (under construction) by David Merrigan
Smithfield Market, by Dean Nicholas
Smithfield Market, by Dean Nicholas
Shakespeare Tower on the Barbican Estate, by Dean Nicholas
Shakespeare Tower on the Barbican Estate, by Dean Nicholas
Holloway Road tube, by Daniel Unitt
Holloway Road tube, by Daniel Unitt
Gloriana, by Peter H
Gloriana, by Peter H

Last week we asked readers to identify these reflected London landmarks.

Thanks to all who left comments here on on Twitter; the answers are displayed by each photograph. Thanks also for the photographers who dropped their images into the Londonist Flickrpool.

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Zoe Craig

I think number 3 is the Royal Academy, reflected in that Anish Kapoor sculpture?

Footprints of London

Very tricky -

1 St Pauls
2 Looks like one of the cranes near Excel Centre
3 Royal Academy
4 Tower 42
5
6 Centre Point
7 Lloyds Building
8 Shard
9 Smithfield Market
10
11 Elephant and Castle Tube
12 Royal barge Gloriana

stevekeiretsu

without any 'cheating' (looking at prior comments or image search / streetviewing to check / research) --

1 - st pauls
2 - battersea power station
3 - ??
4 - tower 42
5 - ??
6 - centerpoint
7 - lloyds
8 - I this is the shard when it was only a core?
9 - greenwich naval hospital?
10 - trellick tower?
11 - ??
12 - royal barge?

Dean Nicholas

Quite a few correct thus far, but numbers 5, 10 and 11 still awaiting the right answer.

Rob Smith

Number 5 the Royal Courts of Justice I think

Rob Smith

Changed my mind, I think 5 is Somerset House

julie

Number 10 is the Barbican