Street view on Google Maps (or other similar services) can be helpful too.
As a matter of fact, to make sure I am not making a mistake, I used that to double check that #1 and #2 were separated building, and #3
was a single building.
I also checked that 6 and 7 were different buildings despite touching each other.

And, as I've mentioned before, - #4 is kind of tricky, - I used street view on google maps to confirm its location. That is a narrow portion of Hancock tower that is at about 45 degrees to the front and the RHS sides. So, with the tower being in the corner of the square, - this panel provides reflection from the diagonally-opposite corner of the square.




 ann sanfedele Fri, 08 Jun 2018 13:03:20 -0700 wrote:

I got 8 at first because I didnt count the main glass building.. then realized it and changed to 9 The building on the far right is reflected in the main one -- that's the Copley plaza hotel

Helps knowing Boston pretty well


 Jack Davis Fri, 08 Jun 2018 07:56:56 -0700 wrote:

I suspect my #10 was the very small
chip against the upper right edge.
Had a feeling I was pushing it.

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