I like to explore….
Awesome, would love to ride the big wheel. Want to see London some day…
It really is BIG too! London is pretty cool….a bit too busy at times but that’s major cities for ya…got to take the rough with the smooth 🙂
I woud sooo love to visit though. I have visited numerous times via Google Earth though… Doesn’t count right!
You should definitely visit for real 🙂
its awesome, but I wouldn’t ride it for anything.
Haha, no it’s not for everyone! I’d love to but it costs a fortune and I want to buy a tripod more! 🙂
Great image, but that low light photography is really challenging is´nt it!
Haha, your not kidding! This isn’t as sharp as I’d like but it was the best I got being tripod-less 🙂
I thought so too! I’m like a moth to lights too…:)
This is a brilliant photograph Tania,
you have taken the perfect shot with
this fine example 🙂
Have a lovely rest of evening and a
superb weekend of fun and excitement 🙂
Hey Androgoth! Thank you for such a lovely comment, you have a wondrous weekend also 🙂 I am flying to Portugal Sunday! Tan 🙂
Hey don’t be advertising that Live…
But do have a most exciting holiday
with many wonderful moments 🙂
OMG Tania! Brilliant!
Ah thanks Robyn!! 🙂
Though I don’t think there are any bad shots of the eye. Truly spectacular!
It is a pretty amazing sight, especially lit up like that! Thanks 🙂
I like the tight composition 🙂
Gorgeous! Especially since you shot it without a tripod!
I love how colorful this blog is. It is cheerful
I’m sorry, but I don’t like eyes that don’t have the red squiggly thingies. : (
Don’t apologise, that is a perfectly valid reason – I’m sure all who read your comment will understand…. 😉
woah here we go! London Eye 🙂 believe me, last week I took tonnes of pics of London eye but arrrggghhhhhh when I tried to copy it on to the laptop, I nudged the card reader by accident and the mem card’s copper links permanently damaged 😥 lost nearly 249 shots 😥 anyway, sorry abt my sad story, well you can bypass the use of tripod in certain cases Tania, especially in low light conditions. Boost up the ISO value (between 5000 to Hi 2). This will compensate wiv ur shutter speed (you can have more than 1/800 which will allow you to hold the cam in hands). The downside is, there will be a lotta noise in the pic but using ‘remove noise’ feature in Photoshop/Lightroom , you can easily get rid of it! Nice shot by the way! Keep’em coming 🙂
Oh noooo! Suren, so sorry to hear about your memory card….how frustrating! I hope you can re-take some of them? Although if they were taken riding the London Eye you might need to re-mortgage your house first! Haha. Anyway, thanks so much for the tips – actually very useful for me and I will definitely give that a go. I had watched a tutorial about ISO for low light shots but I didn’t know how to compensate for the noise so it’s very handy to know what I can experiment with in Photoshop 🙂 Thank you so much! Great advice 🙂
I’ve seen this before in person, but not at night. I bet the view of london from that height is spectacular at night.
Amazing! I love the color and angles. Blue is one of my favorite colors.
Thank you…I am a big fan of blue too (though green gets the number 1 spot)!
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