When you travel specially in a strange place or a place that’s new to you, one of the first thing that you are concerned about is taking pictures to capture moments that also serves as memorabilia, I am totally the same. Since, I love taking pictures, I want to share the nice views, scenarios and places that my camera captured and what my eyes have seen. Here are another batch of lovely photos I took in England when I was on holiday.
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Lake in Alton Towers
One of my favourites. Taken in Alton Towers.
Windsor Castle's Tower
A car parked at the top of the hill in Hadrian's Wall.
A show near the London Eye
Houses of Parliament, Red London Buses, Westminster Bridge and River Thames
St. James' Church in Avebury
Geese in Abbey Park, Leicester
The Alton Towers
I was fascinated by the scenarios, drama, views and picture of the places, people and living things my camera lenses captured. Nice to bring back memories via photos and nice to reminisce each and every single moment of your life through pictures like I do.
London Eye is one of the most prominent iconic landmark and the most popular paid tourist attraction in London, England. It is the giant Ferris wheel situated at the banks of River Thames in London and has a tall of 135 meters and has a diameter of 120 meters. It is well-known as the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe.
One of the capsules with French students on their school trip.
The capsule where I'm in. (inside)
The wheel has 32 sealed, air-conditioned capsules that weights 10 tonnes each and can hold up to 25 persons. It takes about 30 minutes for the revolution of the wheel to complete which you can see and enjoy the panoramic view of London and get to see other tourist attractions that England offers like Windsor Castle which is the Queens Official Residence (when it’s not cloudy), Houses of Parliament, The Guerkin, Buckingham Palace and more.
View of the River Thames and Houses of Parliament from up above.
The London Eye with the River Thames
For the ticket price of £16.74 each per adult with a free 4D experience, you will experience and enjoy the millenium Wheel or also known as London Eye.
Visit their website for more informations and ticket bookings at http://www.londoneye.com/
London Eye, Big Ben (Houses of Parliament) and a Red London Bus
London Eye and River Thames
An OLD London Double-Decker Red Bus
Tower of London (Entrance to the Crown Jewels Exhibition)
The Gherkin (The Twisted Cone Building)
The Tower Bridge
St. Paul's Cathedral
A very nice experience that everybody’s wishing for. Keep wishing like what I did and we don’t know in a few years time it will be granted like mine.