Pet Shop Boys-Super Tour, HTx

Oh, the Pet Shop Boys. Such legendary sound in that name and set. I had the chance to see them in concert this past Wednesday, November 2 at White Oak Music Hall. It was fantastical to say the least. I found out who the Pet Shop Boys were back in high school (05-06?), in a MySpace page. lol. I’ve grown to appreciate them and what they have done for the music industry more and more as time passes. They played a variety of songs from their latest album and of course some classics. Even though this tour is about Super, I love their ability to carry their style in their newest sounds. I took so many pictures of such an amazing show. I am posting only a few because quite frankly, Pet Shop Boys is one of those bands that everyone should experience live at least once in their life time. If the show is coming near you, I encourage you to go! You won’t be disappointed. Great music, great visual effects,  great company. That is all.

Do you listen to PSB? What’s your favorite song of theirs?! 😀

Stay groovy, Pop Kids!
Sirene

PSB 2016
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If you are interested, here is the set list: http://www.vintagevinylnews.com/2016/07/set-list-pet-shop-boys-pull-out-some.html

 

This is not a compensated post. All opinions are my own. 

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Grove of the Patriarchs trail

Beauty in all its glory.
Beauty in all its glory.

This place was phenomenal. Some trees in this trail are over 1000 years old, nearly 40 ft. in diameter and more than 300 ft. tall! I felt strange walking through this trail. I was instantly reminded of how many eras these trees have lived through. They were alive when world war II was going on and during the dark ages.  Weirdly enough, it made me think about how these trees were alive when Elvis Presley was alive and when Frank Sinatra was alive, too. I am a huge fan of Frank Sinatra. Knowing that these trees have lived through the years he was alive made me feel warm inside. It may sound childish to link Frank Sinatra’s life to the existence of these trees. Specially when there are far more important people or events that were also alive and going on during those past years. But linking a dead idol to a beautifully living thing that I also love makes me feel happy. It brings about a nostalgia of some sort- a happy one.

How small are we compared to nature.
How small are we compared to nature.
This tree was one of my favorites! I took a picture inside the tree. It's wide enough to fit about two average sized adults inside.
This tree was one of my favorites! I took a picture inside the tree. It’s wide enough to fit about two average sized adults inside its shallow trunk.

Walking through this trail also made me think about how simple life used to be 100-1000 years ago. Life is so different now. I feel technology has made life easier for most of us. Yet, I feel life was much simpler back then; with out all this technology and easy ways of doing things. I guess there is a difference between an easy life and a simple life. I want to live a simple life, not a easy one.

Only one person at a time.
Only one person at a time.
Shallow cascade. The water was so clean and freezing cold.
Shallow cascade. The water was so clean and freezing cold.

This is one of my favorite trails so far.. it truly felt like entering a kingdom.

Some trees have broken and fallen into the trail. It makes the place that much more beautiful.
Some trees have broken and fallen into the trail. It makes the place that much more beautiful.
looking into the woods
looking into the woods
One of my favorite photos. Me on a trunk
One of my favorite photos.

-Sirene