Obscurity Knocks

Earnest, empathetic, industrious, unpretentious, gay Virgo in Milwaukee with a great life, amazing friends, and a wonderful family.

Sunday, March 02, 2008

LACMA






Lesley and I visited the LACMA: Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The museum's collection was interesting. Here are a few photos from our walk around the grounds. While not pictured, we saw some tar pits. In one of the tar pits, there's a sculpture of a female mastadon stuck in the tar, sinking, and about to go under to her death. Her male mate stands by on solid ground, looking on, doing nothing. Lesley dryly commented, "Well, that's sure typical. The man stands idly by while the woman goes down." In the third photo, I can't tell what kind of animals those white things are that are fighting. The fifth photo is some kind of large slug, I think.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Lesley said...

Can...can we silently get rid of this picture of me and my ladies in the pink sweater? Can we?

Love,

Lesley and her cans

2:26 PM  

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