I am quite certain there is enough information in this photo to be able to locate it. Places have been geolocated with far less from a single photo. I thought they already had stated the spot actually, and I don't know if that was accurate, but if so, it would be easy to verify thanks to the geographical details you can faintly make out in the background of the image.
On the reflection debate, I've not seen anyone come close to demonstrating it would be possible to take a photo like this without manipulation. Every reflection image posted in this thread (and any other I've seen) clearly aren't the same, and don't take in to account ALL aspects of the image, such as reflection physics, position, angle, field of view, weather, time of day, and the fence (that could be easily replicated in part). If it were a reflection, someone could replicate it. There's some amazing photographers out there, and it would be quite easy were it actually do-able.
Well I'm glad I'm not the only person who finds it totally obvious that there is landscape in the background behind the fence. At the very bottom of the photo you can clearly see on the left a hillside with trees on it. The feint outline of more distant hills is also visible. I'm not clear why anyone thinks this is anything else, given that with the camera pointing almost horizontally one would expect there to be distant landscape in the image. When any hoax theory skips the blindingly obvious....then it becomes more suspect than what is clearly in the photo.