I’m on the road travelling all over the place. I’m glad to have a break to blog.
I was very excited because I wanted to share the photos I took when I was in Death Valley. Unfortunately, I just can’t URGH find the cord that connects my camera to the computer. So I can’t upload right now.
The Sophomore Slump Recommends
Eye to the Telescope by KT Tunstall – Screw the critics! Other than Amazon.com, they failed to include this as one of the top albums. “Pop”-sounding it may be, it’s one full album of back-to-the-basic brilliant tracks. and hey, since that album and now, I can’t think of any other successful solo female guitarist we used to always have back in the day.
Here she is with False Alarm. I love the crescendo parts of the song.
SAW – Sick and grotesque. But you gotta admit, the puzzles, the moral dilemmas, and the great shock at the end. This movie is not the average type blood-splattering massacre movies.
In the meantime, after Death Valley, I went to Las Vegas.
No worry. I didn’t do any splurging just like the last time I was there. I went there and was so strong not giving into temptations. I certainly learned my lesson well. 😉 I was there with a mission which I most certainly did. A place I wished to see but didn’t go the last time we were here. I went and saw The Venetian. Having already been in Venice, I wanted to see the comparisons.
Luckily, I took pictures with my cellphone, Samsung Note 3, when I was there.
I am actually impressed! Surpisingly impressed. They did a great job reinventing Venice, Italy. Especially the picture above here. That corner I remember so well when I was in Venice. I remember being at awe with it when I was in Venice. I was at awe again when I saw it in Vegas.
And you can get the same experience too …
You can see San Marco and the Rialto Bridge at the front.
Last Call… This is one is still from Nevada, but Amargosa Valley this time. Very close to Death Valley, CA. A mountain covered with clouds. Pretty cool.