Tonight, I went to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert in Cleveland. As usual, they did not disappoint. I’ve seen them four times now and each time has been a total blast and an awesome show! Tonight, they even showed parts from their spring tour (which I sadly missed but refuse to if it comes around again) and even ended the show with Cleveland Rocks. Yep, corny, but awesome. Some people, when they find out how many times I’ve seen them live, ask me how I can watch them again and again. So, I decided to answer that question here. It’s different every time. It truly is. There’s the old favorites, and then there’s the new stuff mixed in, and plus, you never know what the show will be like or how it will open. It’s awesome!
Over the years, and due to the advancement of technology in cell phones, they now allow you to bring in your cameras. That made me very happy and yes, I most definitely took mine in for some fun photos. I wanted to see how mine would turn out. Now, I did manage a sneak peek at some of the cameras as the people below us took photos and they turned out to be nothing more than blurs of light. It’s called zoom and focus people. Learn it, apply it, love it. Now, I’m not saying my photos are better by any means, but I did get some pretty cool shots, which you can see where I uploaded them into a set of their own on my Flickr. However, here’s a little sneak peek at what’s in that set.
Again, all of these photos and more can be found in my TSO set on Flickr, so go check them out. Thanks for stopping by and comments are always welcome!