Below are some pictures of the Getty Center in Los Angeles. Christina and I visited there. She was mainly interested in the buildings and gardens, which was fine with me. Not so good was that my camera decided to give up the ghost, so I took the pictures with my phone. It takes good pictures, I think, but it's so difficult for me to hold it and to make it work.
Water flows from the top in this pictures, over the rocks, and continues down to this beautiful pond:
I think the location of the center, high above the city, with city and ocean views is gorgeous. The buildings themselves are beautiful and there are always surprises, new statues, that water fall I mentioned above, the views you never saw before. It's never the same and I never get tired of visiting there.
Beautiful images, Inger, especially the pond. What an interesting place to visit!ReplyDelete
Nice place to visit. Thanks for taking us along for a virtual tour. It looks beautiful.ReplyDelete
what a gorgeous place, love that pond with the designs of flowers. and your phone takes excellent shots. so beautifulReplyDelete
I am always impressed with the quality of phone photos. Loved that pond. So original.ReplyDelete
Tulips, a wonderful view, what a superb place to visit.ReplyDelete
I think the architecture is the best part of the Getty Center!!ReplyDelete
Hi Inger - I looked on Wiki - and see what you mean about views etc ... it must be amazing to visit ... one day perhaps I'll get there ... so glad you had some days out. That pond and all the plantings are a delight - cheers HilaryReplyDelete
It amazing the pictures that our phones can take. Who would ever have thought we'd be taking pictures with phones!!ReplyDelete
The pond is gorgeous with the blooms.
Getty Center is beyond impressive. So much to see that I felt my head was pivoting from side to side.ReplyDelete
Been quite a while since I've been to the Getty Center. Thanks for sharing these photos and taking us along!ReplyDelete
I love the flowers! Red tulips are my favorite (perhaps because we grew them when I was a child and they can't grow here).ReplyDelete