So last week I visited the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (or LACMA, for short). I absolutely love this museum. The architecture, the art, the special exhibits... they're all so cool & amazing. And there's so many things to look at that you don't know where to start. But the main thing I went there to see was their newest attraction, the Levitated Mass. Before entering the museum, though, my dad & I spotted some food trucks along the side of the road. Naturally, we grabbed some meals before they got too busy. I got a Kabob Plate from a Mediterranean food truck & my dad bought a Vietnamese sub. And I kid you not, it was the best tasting Mediterannean food I'd had in a while. For around fifteen bucks, it was worth the money.
We stuffed ourselves, then decided to have mini photo shoot at the Urban Light exhibit in front of LACMA. Then it was off to see the rest of the museum. You really need a whole day to see everything because there's so much. Thankfully, my dad & I went right after it opened at 10am, so there weren't a lot of people yet. Walking was really tiring, especially going from building to building & floor to floor. Rest was imperative. Hours of admiring artwork later, we stopped by LACMA's mini sculpture garden in the back (which I didn't even know existed until now) & took another photo shoot.
We finished seeing the entire museum around 8pm & then we waited in the front for Urban Light to light up. By then, my feet were sore, I was hungry & I was ready to go home. As for the day, though, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Another successful summer adventure: done.
Here are more pics from the adventure! Tell me your plans for the week & I'll see you again soon. Ciao.