Nate had a few days off at the beginning of March, so we decided to play tourists and visit the famous Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Admission was free, though parking was $10–still a bargain at $5/person. The architecture was unique and the exhibits were fairly extensive, including some of my favorite artists: Monet, Van Gogh etc. The landscaping was also enjoyable with its whimsical style and modern designs. We wandered through the various interior and exterior delights and then treated ourselves to lunch at the Museum Cafe, sitting on the balcony overlooking the lovely grounds, and enjoying the beautiful day!
Taking the tram from the parking structure to the museum.
View of LA from the tram
This was one of our favorites
Portrait of Jeanne Kefer – I thought this was a sweet picture
Wheatstacks, Snow Effect – Monet
Irises – Van Gogh
People enjoying the beautiful day and the balcony where we had lunch
The lovely landscaping
A Barbed-wire tree trellis – modern loveliness