An intrepid, high-flying photographer has captured stunning images of London from above.
Jeffrey Milstein, renowned for his aerial observations of U.S. cities, hired a helicopter earlier this month to document the capital from a different angle.
His work features bird's-eye shots of iconic locations, taken by dangling out of the aircraft while it hovers. Amazingly, Jeffrey only had an hour to cover all of the buildings he wanted to, meaning he had to whizz from one spot to the next.
Times in Europe presents a selection of Jeffrey's work - but can you guess which famous landmarks you're gazing down on?
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1. This tower is 180 metres tall and has 41 floors - it was designed by Norman Foster, the architect who also designed London’s new Wembley Stadium
2. This historic building is home to more than 800 members of staff, other residents include a sprightly pack of Pembroke Welsh Corgis
3. This buidling has more than £160bn worth of gold stored in the vaults
4. This area, which welcomes thousands of pedestrians each day, is often described as the 'Times Square of London'
5. This building, often referred to as the Government Offices, was designed and built between 1898 and 1917 and has largely been untouched since it was built
6. This neo-classical building in the heart of London sits between the Strand and the River Thames
7. This commuter hub has more platforms and a greater floor area than any other station in the UK
8. This is the deepest station below street level in central London, with a depth of 41.4 metres
9. Founded in 1753, this building is home to more than eight million historical objects and artifacts
10. This building was started by Henry III in 1245 and is considered 'one of the most important Gothic buildings in the country'
11. Queen Victoria opened this building in December 1882 after eleven years of construction
12. This building - the sixth tallest in London - earned its nickname because of its distinctive shape
13. This building, which has the remains of Britain's largest Roman amphitheatre in the basement, is still home of the City of London Corporation and acts as a grand setting for high-powered banquets
14. This landmark was designed by Sir Christopher Wren - it was one of the tallest buildings in London until 1962
15. The cost of flying a hawk to scare pigeons away from from this spot costs almost £60,000 a year
16. On average, this giant wheel apparently receives more visitors per year than the Taj Mahal and the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt
17. During the reign of Mary Tudor, some 200 people were burnt here for their religious beliefs and opinions - today the trading spot covers almost ten acres
Thrillseeker: Jeffrey Milstein, renowned for his aerial observations of U.S. cities, hired a helicopter earlier this month to document London from above
Answers: The London Landmarks Revealed
2. Buckingham Palace
3. Bank of England
4. Piccadilly Circus
5. HM Treasury
6. Somerset House
7. Waterloo Station
8. Bank Station
9. British Museum