Located on the South Bank, and rising 135 metres above the ground, the London Eye dwarfs most of the city's most famous landmarks. It offers visitors both a thrilling ride and an exciting perspective on the city. From Docklands, the Dome and the booming River Thames developments, through the heart of the City and West End, and out to Crystal Palace, Hampstead and suburbia, this book captures the drama of London's ever-changing skyline and offers visitors and Londoners alike a new angle on a vibrant city. The photographs are accompanied by an introductory text and short captions.
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"London 360" is inspired by the London Eye observation wheel, one of the most exciting new structures this magnificent city has ever seen. Located on the South Bank and rising more than 400 feet above the ground, it offers visitors a thrilling perspective on London and its landmarks. From the Docklands, the Dome, and the booming developments along the River Thames, through the heart of the city and the West End, aerial photographer Jason Hawkes has captured all the drama of London's ever-changing skyline.About the Author:
Jason Hawkes is a former director of Aerial Images, a company he set up in 1989 and which won the 1990 Government-backed 'Prize for Enterprise' as the most successful new business in the south of England. Jason Hawkes has published a number of photographic books, including the bestselling London from the Air, Britain from the Air, Provence (with Peter Mayle) and, most recently, Prehistoric Britain from the Air.
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Book Description HarperCollins (UK), 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0002202085