London Eye Capsule in 3D Each of the 32 capsules can carry 25 people which can mean a total of 800 people travelling on the London Eye at any one time.
view across the Thames of Big Ben in 3D View across the Thames from the London Eye position of the houses of parliament and Big Ben.
London Eye capsule returning home in 3D Each rotation takes about 30 minutes, meaning a capsule travels at a stately 26cm per second, or 0.9km (0.6 miles) per hour - twice as fast as a tortoise sprinting; allowing passengers to step on and off without the wheel having to stop.
London eye 4th tallest structure as of 2011 The height of the London Eye is 135m (equivalent to 64 red telephone boxes piled on top of each other) making it the fourth tallest structure in London (2011) after the BT Tower, Tower 42 and One Canada Square in Canary Wharf.
The London Eye Spindle in 3D The spindle holds the wheel structure and the hub rotates it around the spindle. At 23 metres tall, the spindle is around the size of a church spire and, together with the hub, weighs in at 330 tonnes: over 20 times heavier than Big Ben. The London Eye in 3D.
A Carousel in 3D A Carousel found along the Embankment. There are many attractions for visitors to London along the Embankment. I had to take a photo of this beautiful Carousel. The colours are amazing and I knew the Fuji Finepix Real 3D W3 camera would do justice to them. I still love the way the fuji cameras capture colour.


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