A DAY IN LONDON TOWN

After spending a few days out in Wales we planned to have one day in London before hopping on another plane to Germany. The day was gorgeous and pretty warm. We left early morning to drive back to the Heathrow airport to drop our car off and check into our hotel to drop our multitude of baggage off. Next we hopped on the Tube downtown and got off at the Tower Station. Did a bit of walking around and checking out the sites before hopping on a Thames ferry to the London Eye for a scenic ride.

TODAY’S PHOTO – I SPY THE LONDON EYE

This thing is cool! Well, it was pretty warm inside I have to admit, but the views are breathtaking and awesome. You can literally see for miles and can many landmarks are within view. Just below right you can see the Houses of Parliament and behind that in the distance is the Battersea Power Station. This is not your ordinary Ferris wheel. It’s huge and high, and the ride around once takes about 30 minutes. Well worth the time if you have it. I do suggest prebooking a ‘flight’, as they call it, to save from standing in line for several hours.

Enjoy!

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A DAY IN LONDON TOWN

After spending a few days out in Wales we planned to have one day in London before hopping on another plane to Germany. The day was gorgeous and pretty warm. We left early morning to drive back to the Heathrow airport to drop our car off and check into our hotel to drop our multitude of baggage off. Next we hopped on the Tube downtown and got off at the Tower Station. Did a bit of walking around and checking out the sites before hopping on a Thames ferry to the London Eye for a scenic ride.

TODAY’S PHOTO – I SPY THE LONDON EYE

This thing is cool! Well, it was pretty warm inside I have to admit, but the views are breathtaking and awesome. You can literally see for miles and can many landmarks are within view. Just below right you can see the Houses of Parliament and behind that in the distance is the Battersea Power Station. This is not your ordinary Ferris wheel. It’s huge and high, and the ride around once takes about 30 minutes. Well worth the time if you have it. I do suggest prebooking a ‘flight’, as they call it, to save from standing in line for several hours.

Enjoy!

If your interested in following me on Twitter you can either click on the link below or go to twitter and click on follow. I’m now also on Google Plus which is a great new platform. Are you on Facebook? If so please ‘like’ the Maugiart Photography Page.

CLASS IS OVER – TIME TO APPLY

Lansbury’s Lido on The Serpentine

Well my 3 week webinar is over and it was a great learning experience. We learned so many new Photoshop tips for post processing our shots that I’m a bit overwhelmed. I’ve been using this program for about 16 years and it still amazes me how much more there is to learn about it.

This is Lansbury’s Lido, a public place to go swimming on The Serpentine lake in Hyde park London. The light was falling fast and I was able to set up in time to capture this shot with the lights of the building shining.

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CHOCOLATE HEAVEN IN LONDON

JUST SIGNED UP

Welcome to my new photo blog. I hope to have set this up shortly. I plan on displaying my photos for your viewing pleasure. I know I haven’t posted anything just yet but if your curious on what I plan to do with this site drop me a line. To kick things off I thought I’d show a pic I edited during my webinar with Stuck in Customs. Trey Ratcliff puts on a great seminar and he was kind enough to give us the use of his photos for editing. Here is a shot that I edited from his RAW files. Make sure to check out his blog at Stuck In Customs.