There are a lot of photographers that include the London Eye in some images. For my set of pictures, I want to feature the “inside” of the London Eye. It is very expensive to “take a ride” in this wheel and people must be quick to harness this little travel.
In London, history is growing per moments churches, museums, monuments, statues, and the London Eye. It represents the idea of making a city in a continuous evolution, in addition to serving as fantastic entertainment!
Here I leave a few basic norms to you, to be successful in your ride in the London Eye:
1.You must go take a ticket. Without a ticket it is impossible to “ride the wheel”.
2.Before embarking on your trip on the London Eye, be sure to bring your cameras loaded with the appropriate film.
3.Give your ticket to the staff.
4.Hop into the cabin and…
5, 6, to the end…take a lot of photographs!
Somebody, make sure to take a lot of beautiful views from the cabin, you can take photos from all of 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 try to capture all of them on film!
Where is it?
EDF Energy London Eye
Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7PB
How can I go?
By tube: The wheel is near Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross and Westminster tube stations. You can go out from all of them and see the sky.
By rail: The closest rail stations to the London Eye are Waterloo and Charing Cross.
By bus: You can take the 211, 77 and 381.
By boat: Yes! You can reach this site by boat from a lot of places in the Thames.
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