Monday, March 2, 2009



I visited the Getty Center on Sunday afternoon to catch the last day of Dialogue among Giants: Carleton Watkins and the Rise of Photography in California. I'm so lucky that I can get to the Getty in literally 10 minutes. I could actually get there faster taking the 405 Freeway, but it's such a joy to drive the gently winding curves of the Sepulveda Pass, that I'll take a few extra minutes of driving time to enjoy the road with my sunroof open and the radio blaring.

As usual, the Getty did not disappoint with wonderful shadow and light play on the Richard Meier designed architecture, a stunning view of the Pacific Ocean, yummy dining at the cafeteria, intriguing people watching, and amazing photography on display.

Self-portrait in a Getty reflection.

Vines and leaves growing over the Travertine.

1 comment:

willam said...

i have that red camera too! i love it