The London Eye is a huge Ferris wheel along the River Thames in London. We took a ride on it while visiting this great city over the holidays.

The structure is 443 feet tall and the wheel has a diameter of 394 feet.

Standing underneath the structure that is 443 feet tall and the wheel has a diameter of 394 feet.



While I’m far from being any kind of photographer, I have found that I’m often intrigued by lines, patterns and curves and how they intersect. The London Eye gave me many opportunities to watch these three characteristics dance.



Right before leaving the area alongside the Thames River, I turned around for one last goodbye to the London Eye. I look forward to the next time we meet.






Wordless Wednesday: Views of the London Eye — 3 Comments

    • Aw, c’mon it’s not *that* high. 😉 You know there’s a lot of folks who are afraid of heights, I can understand how that can be daunting to be so high up and looking down on the people like their ants. My big fear is spiders. Yelch. And what’s worse is that my 6 year old likes to leave big fake ones around the house with hopes of scaring me.

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