Looks like a lot of fun!
It does indeed look like fun! Terrific capture for the M Day! Have a great week!Sylvia
a lovely photo, and its like competition between Taipei and London ;) :D lol..My M Post Is Here:http://leonnyes.wordpress.com/2010/10/12/morning-mist/
I think that ferris wheel is a bit too big for me. Too high. Wonderful picture though.
Wow! The Ferris wheel was at the 1893 World's Fair. Cool. ROG, ABC Wednesday team
It could be fun, but I am too little for it and would probably be afraid. I don't think that I would dare. But it is nice that you have such a wheel for those who like to ride!Purrs,Sara CatSara Cat's abcWED-round-7-M
I always enjoyed riding the Ferris Wheel as a youngster.
I liked the ferris wheel a while back, but now it's all meh... Here's minehttp://thelunaticsdiary.blogspot.com/2010/10/mechas-mystical-creatures-and-bit-of.html
It's absolutely huge. In Spanish "Miramar" means "see the ocean" -- can you see the ocean from the top of this ferris wheel?Kay, Alberta
Love all the Red here! What a great blog you have -will be back soon to read through earlier posts.Happy Rednesday! Lola & Nora:)btw Here’s my quick Rednesday link! Do join the fun!
Cool object but too scary for me. Did you know that The Ferris Wheel, developed for the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, was Chicago's answer to the Eiffel Tower built for the 1889 World's Fair? Cool, huh?
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