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These recognisable reflections in an array of sunglasses appear to come from a selection of holiday snaps - but they are actually hyper realistic paintings.
Clever artist Simon Hennessey is able to recreate digital images so well that people often mistake his flawless work for a photograph.
He has painted dozens of iconic buildings and landmarks as though they are reflected in a pair of tourist's sunglasses, including the Eiffel tower, Big Ben, and Tower bridge.
Simon's pictures also feature the Guggeneheim museum in New York and the New York City skyline, Skegness seaside, Westminster, and Hyde park.
To create the lifelike compositions, he takes pictures of the locations and a model wearing sunglasses, before taking to a canvas with an airbrush and acrylic paint.
His masterpieces can range in size from 11 by 8 inches to an incredible 5ft by 6.5 ft and can take from two weeks to seven months to complete.
They range in price from 3,000 pounds to 22,000 pounds.