London Eye – The first giant Ferris wheel

You may notice from the series of the day and night photograph collection I posted in earlier, Episode I: The Thames River, Episode II: Tower Bridge and Episode III: The Houses of Parliament, they are all London Attractions lie on the River Thames in London borough. In this Episode IV (sorry to say that this is the last one of the collection), I still let you travel along the river.

View from the Westminster Bridge

View from the Westminster Bridge

“London Eye” is the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe. It was the tallest Ferris wheel in the world at the time it was erected. Even now, it was outdone by a new Ferris wheel in Singapore, we always remember the first one anyway.

Night view from the Westminster Pier

Night view from the Westminster Pier

Look up

Look up

Getting dark

Hello...is anybody inside?

Hello...is anybody inside?

Warm capsules

Warm capsules

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2 Responses to London Eye – The first giant Ferris wheel

  1. leolaksi says:

    foofoo, these photos are great. especially the last one. love it.

  2. foofookie says:

    the last two photos were part of my climbing adventure.

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