Saturday, January 28, 2012

Oldies night at Queens, Bangsar

Hi peeps! How are the CNY celebration and holiday going so far? Hope everyone is having fun!

Before I begin to share the night at Queens, I'll share with you guys the pics of a random beautiful morning.

Beautiful colours~

Couldn't stop snapping pics.

Brighter and became orangie.

When I needed more red lights, they were on green that day.

Hi Sun!

So after a long working day, went to Pin's house and caught this beautiful sunset.

All set and good music started.

I looked damn fierce! No wonder she's so afraid.

Babe, Anson, babe. LOL

The violent siblings!

Yo! Anson in the house!

The Heineken sign looks like I P/S it there. LOL

I didn't know his pose until I saw the pic. Anson!!!!


Yes la yes la, very slim your face.

Awww..... rose for the gf~~

If you like oldies like Elvis, go to Queens. The band plays lots of oldies, formed by a few uncles, but very very skillful!!! Performing every Thursday, go check it out!!

Ohh!! GONG XI FATT CHAI and Happy CNY!!!

-- Jenn a.k.a blueyfetes --

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Night scenes in Paris - Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe

After the day tour and pictures, here are the night scenery of the famous tourist spots in Paris, France.

What I love about the architecture in Paris is - very very neat. All the buildings all so well designed and lining up symmetrically!

A hotel near Louvre Museum.

There! The pyramid~~~

This one with me, where you could not see :P

Kiss of the century. LOL!!

Behind of the pyramid is one of the entrance of Louvre Museum.

A jump!

I just think it's handsome.

Then we reached at the Arc de Triomphe, in English means Triumphal Arch.


Another angle.

Alibaba~ fly~~ hahaa

I believe I can fly~~

Side kick jump!

The beautiful Eiffel Tower.
It was in blue lighting that year.

How elegant!

It's glowing!



Imma ghost! hahahahaa


One more~

Awww....... so romantic~~~

That's all to share. Lazy to write and type more, but I think I don't anything more in detailed to write.

Signing off~ Ciao!

-- Jenn a.k.a. blueyfetes --

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

The Louvre Museum

The Louvre Museum, it's the largest museum I've ever been to. If I studied each artifacts closely, I think I'd need to stay in the museum for 3 months. It's really huge and grand. It has 5 levels, the Napoleon Hall where the information counter located; lower ground floor, ground floor, first floor and second floor.

This is one of the mail hall on the floor, where rooms around are placed with many many art pieces and statues.

Many many huge and magnificent statues like this in Louvre Museum.

The Venus De Milo, the goddess of love. :)

Her back.
She has got many fans! All looking for love?

The Winged Victory of Samothrace!

Later, I found more and more peculiar sculptures. I've no idea why ancient artists liked these designs, so I was there trying to find out!

Like this one, first sight, I thought, wow! 2 naked men killing each other?

Then another naked man.
Oh well, maybe they didn't wear clothes that time?

And even more peculiar! A group of men starring their own genitals??
I had to laugh when I saw this.
Sorry :P

The pyramid!
View from inside the museum.

2 more peculiar paintings.

A snake biting your nipple.

And she twisting her nipple?

After reading the information, I still don't get the meaning.
Which is why, I'm not good in arts (theory).

I like this one. Neat work.

In the Egyptian floor.

Then a man poking his own eye. >.<

This looks so scary!
This is the Ebih-Il, Superintendent of Mari.

This is a sculpture dedicated to Ishtar, goddess of love and war.

A series of tiny sculptures~

Very classy.
If only I had a nice camera with me that time~


LOL! That guy on the left looks like he was taking off his shirt.

Mona Lisa! Yes!
But, to my guess, I think it's a replica. It's so valuable, don't think they would show to the public?
Maybe I'm thinking too much.

Jesus Christ. Amen.

All these paintings are so big, the height is about 3 meters?

To show you how big they are, see the ratio of the painting and this girl (thank you Zoe :P)

It's really an interesting place to visit. The pictures I've posted, it's not even 1% of the art pieces in the museum. So we took a map and just went and looked at those famous ones.

Coming up next, tourist spots at night in Paris~ :D

-- Jenn a.k.a. blueyfetes --