Here are a few last impressions from our Thanksgiving weekend in Los Angeles.
Pasadena - the view from Rover and Cal’s garden
George inside one of many exhibit rooms at the LACMA
Wood carving in the Great Room of Rover and Cal’s house. It was built by a German immigrant back in the 1940s. Sunlight always floods most of the rooms, which is covered with elaborate carvings on walls, ceiling beams, colums and trims
Detail of the old LACMA West Building, which used to be a department store
The La Brea Tar Pits
Urban Light installation at the main entrance of LACMA
Another side of Goofy