Travel Photography Photos tagged as eye and london
London eye taken in Autumn with fantastic blue skies above.
View of the London Aquarium and the Eye of London from the Westminster bank of the Thames.
View of the Thames from St. Paul Cathedral in London City.
The London Eye took us up, up, up...you could see SO much of London and beyond.
The River Thames and London skyline from the London Eye.
Check out the street under my dad's arm: yeah, that's how high we were!
The humble abode of the PM, taken from high in the sky of the London Eye.
You can see the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey.
This is also from the London Eye. That's St. Paul's Cathedral to the right.
An amazing feat of engineering - it's a giant wheel with capsules or "pods" that can hold around 25 people. It takes you high enough to see all the way to Windsor on a clear day (which is pretty far!), not to mention all of London from a bird's eye view.
There is something about reddish skies we all like. This was shot at f/14, 1/6s, ISO 200, and focal length of 35mm… don’t ask where! It really puts the Eye in focus by isolating just a few carriages.
The London Eye, also known as the Millennium Wheel, is an observation wheel in London, England. At the time it was erected, it was the largest/tallest observation wheel in the world. The London Eye has become the most popular paid visitor attraction in the UK, visited by over 3.5 million people a year. The London Eye stands 135 metres (443 ft) high on the western end of Jubilee Gardens, on the South Bank of the River Thames in London, England, between Westminster and Hungerford Bridges.