London Eye Fun Zone

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There are a lot of photographers that includes the London Eye in some images. I try to take the "inside" London Eye. It is very expensive to "take a ride" in this wheel, and the people must be quick to harness this little travel.

1.- You must go to take a ticket. With out ticket it is impossible to “ride the wheel”.
2.- Before to take it, you must be sure to bring your camera loaded with the appropriate film.
3.- Give your ticket to the staff.
4.- Jump into the cabin and …
5, 6, … to the end.- Take a lot of photographs!!!

Somebody, take a lot of beautiful views from the cabin, you can take photos from all London. Personally, I like the original ones: the people in the cabin, the seats, the door, the signals, …
A lot of boats are in the river, people walking around the London Eye, the birds and planes flying, … Catch all of them!!!

written by jaalvarez on 2009-03-20 in #world #locations #london-eye #london-southbank #location

3 Comments

  1. stouf
    stouf ·

    Cool spot !

  2. eyecon
    eyecon ·

    Nice idea to take a fisheye for the London eye :)

  3. jaalvarez
    jaalvarez ·

    These photos were as follows: We were on holiday in London, and my son went to the London Eye. As his camera (digital, I confess!) ran out of batteries, he go up with the Fisheye. You are looking the results ...
    He doesn´t think, just shoot !!!! A lot of shots.

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