Friday, January 22, 2010

Life's Good With DaVinci the Genius

“When I thought that I was learning how to live, I have been learning how to die”
~ Leonardo Da Vinci~

Have you ever wondered how is it feels to fly for the first time? Have you ever wondered how is it feels surviving inside your mother’s womb? Or have you ever wondered why this and why that? Well, If you are one of those homo sapiens that curious about objects, science, life or even if you are none of the above, stepping into the world acclaimed exhibition, Da Vinci –The Genius will definitely change you into one.
pictures taken from Google Search.
I was lucky enough to win 2 tickets from the blog LG Life’s Good Blog contest at http://www.lgblog.com.my/ few months ago. I make myself free for this highly anticipated event last week which was also the last day of the exhibition at Pusat Sains Negara since commencing on 1st October 2009. Let me share some of my unforgettable moment and experience while I gazed the most arguably Da Vinci-the Genius brings to life anticipation. The minute I reached there, I was amazed by these huge gigantic architecture planetarium.

If me as an adult could feel the attraction shown there let alone this kid that was really absorbed by the marine life in this colorful aquarium. It was that interesting..you know.

But be careful or else you might get tangled up on a spiderweb too.hehehe So while we were heading towards the exhibition hall at LeveL 2, we couldn’t keep our eyes off from the graffiti and the surrounding that was really well maintained. The only setback was no pictures are allowed inside the exhibition but it’s all good like LG-Life’s Good. I could hear others and including myself awe in astonishment with jaw-dropping of Wah, ooohhh and aaahhhh as we stepped in. The exhilarating trail simply leaves me breathless. (paused) ok let’s continue admiring his masterpiece.My admiration towards Da Vinci –the genius has just raised 100% higher. It was so mysterious almost dreamy that I thought I was actually ‘dropped off’ to that era at that moment. Suddenly it became so intense with curiosity and somewhat moves me emotionally. My god..it gives me goosebump and piercing my spine almost second to none. Da Vinci the Genius? I beg to differ. How I wish I could take a picture of the most enigmatic smile, super size with high resolution print, none other than the famous lady named Mona Lisa?
picture taken from Google Search
Or even try to be inside the military tank. Not to mention of trying the first machine of human flight. The interactive short video clips on Mona Lisa and life revolving Da Vinci was captivating enough that we don’t mind to watch it over and over again. The pictures below are taken from http://www.davincithegenius.com.my/Gallery.asp . This is just a glimpse of what was displayed there. Such a HUGE waste if i did not witness this. Thank LG once again for organizing the contest, it was an eye-opener.Being a left-handed myself, I remembered when I was a little girl that I used to hate writing especially if it leaves stain on my palm. You know why? Coz we left-handed was trained to write like a right-handed so the movement will slide from left to right instead of from right to left. Some of my childhood memories just spilt out like a full glass of milk. How I used to keep mirror writings as secret code from others. Interestingly enough, it doesn’t really hit me at that time that this multi-talented man was the master of modern mind during the ancient time.
Intriguing and I must say my entire Sunday was well spent..Intellectually. Bursting energy with this iconic genius that shaken the world with his infamous ideas, creation and masterpiece.
pictures taken from Google Search
This is one of 3D Da Vinci notebook that i won from Discovery Channel few years ago. Sayang to use it, so keep it safely as my collections.LG has not only given me this opportunity to see, but also to feel the vibrations that grip my soul with inspiration and mind blowing educational discovery experience. Thank you to the crew members of LG and the rest of the sponsors that making this event a big hit and for me it was simply priceless. It definitely keeps me well prepared on what to expect when I’m making my visit to Louvre Museum in Paris soon…oh la laaaa. Now, isn't that Life's Good?


“Art is never finished, only abandoned” ~Leonardo Da Vinci~

2 comments:

Zufino said...

Devi, enjoy your time @ Louvre :)

Devi da Lil' DeviL Photography said...

thanks zufino..can't wait..:)

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