Latest in the roughly monthly series of photos of The Shard as seen from my flat.

At the end of July the rise of the flooring structure around the base of the core, and the emergence of a “mini-core” to the left of the main building were the most significant developments.

Now the glazing is clearly visible, and over the past week another smaller core has started rising up from the top of the main structure.

The Shard on 7th August 2010

The Shard on 12th September 2010

The full photo set with a photo taken (roughly) each weekend.

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One comment
  1. It’s incredible the way its shooting up – I remember it fondly when it was just a big hole in the ground 🙂

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