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Standing at the start of one of my favourite walks in London - along the South Bank to the Mayflower pub in Bermondsey by way of The George off Borough High St, -  the London 'Eye' is both a landmark and a popular tourist attraction. If you look carefully, you can see the hot-air rising from the Houses of Parliament opposite, and the traffic jams around Waterloo below. But the glass of the pods is not very good for photographing London through; better to stay below and photograph the pods themselves. Even better if you happen to be on the spot at midnight on Dec 31st/Jan 1st for the New Year fireworks, when the Eye is a major part of the display. But being on the spot these days means both getting there ridiculously early and PAYING to be there as it's now a profitable business for someone (presumably the mayor's office) to coin it on the one night of the year when public entertainment should be free for all.  I hope the good burghers of Londinium rise up and put a stop to the blatant cheek of it, whoever's coining it.         
Standing at the start of one of my
favourite walks in London - along the
South Bank to the Mayflower pub in
Bermondsey by way of The George off
Borough High St, - the London 'Eye' is both
a landmark and a popular tourist
attraction. If you look carefully, you can
see the hot-air rising from the Houses of
Parliament opposite, and the traffic jams
around Waterloo below. But the glass of
the pods is not very good for photographing London through; better to stay below and
photograph the pods themselves. Even better if you happen to be on the spot at
midnight on Dec 31st/Jan 1st for the New Year fireworks, when the Eye is a major part
of the display. But being on the spot these days means both getting there ridiculously
early and PAYING to be there as it's now a profitable business for someone (presumably
the mayor's office) to coin it on the one night of the year when public entertainment
should be free for all. I hope the good burghers of Londinium rise up and put a stop to
the blatant cheek of it, whoever's coining it.
Standing at the start of one of my favourite walks in London - along the South Bank to
the Mayflower pub in Bermondsey by way of The George off Borough High St, - the
London 'Eye' is both a landmark and a popular tourist attraction. If you look carefully,
you can see the hot-air rising from the Houses of Parliament opposite, and the traffic
jams around Waterloo below. But the glass of the pods is not very good for
photographing London through; better to stay below and photograph the pods
themselves. Even better if you happen to be on the spot at midnight on Dec 31st/Jan
1st for the New Year fireworks, when the Eye is a major part of the display. But being
on the spot these days means both getting there ridiculously early and PAYING to be
there as it's now a profitable business for someone (presumably the mayor's office) to
coin it on the one night of the year when public entertainment should be free for all. I
hope the good burghers of Londinium rise up and put a stop to the blatant cheek of it,
whoever's coining it.
Standing at the start of one of my favourite
walks in London - along the South Bank to
the Mayflower pub in Bermondsey by way
of The George off Borough High St, - the
London 'Eye' is both a landmark and a
popular tourist attraction. If you look
carefully, you can see the hot-air rising from
the Houses of Parliament opposite, and the
traffic jams around Waterloo below. But the
glass of the pods is not very good for
photographing London through; better to stay below and photograph the pods
themselves. Even better if you happen to be on the spot at midnight on Dec 31st/Jan 1st
for the New Year fireworks, when the Eye is a major part of the display. But being on the
spot these days means both getting there ridiculously early and PAYING to be there as it's
now a profitable business for someone (presumably the mayor's office) to coin it on the
one night of the year when public entertainment should be free for all. I hope the good
burghers of Londinium rise up and put a stop to the blatant cheek of it, whoever's coining
it.

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