Today Camilla and I decided to go to The Broad Museum. I mean, how long do you have to drive around the city, where every single light pole has an ad about it, before actually going there. The entrance is free, by the way, but more on that later.
As I have my beloved Leica MM246 with me everywhere I took some pictures from behind the wheel, while driving down Wilshire Blvd. 50mm is a perfect lens to do that, while waiting for the green light.
We have parked under The Walt Disney Concert Hall. I know that every single photographer who has been to the downtown of Los Angeles has taken pictures of it. Honestly, you can't just pass by - so here we go:
Back to The Broad Museum. When we arrived there was a huge line. We asked if we could get in and found the following information. Apparently, you need to reserve tickets online in advance. The earliest day you can reserve for is in April. End of story. The building is beautiful of course!
Before going back to the parking lot I took a portrait of Camilla.
On the top of The Walt Disney Concert Hall there is a small park with some very beautiful shapes.
On our way home we stopped by the Beverly Hills Shopping Center, where I took a picture of a ceiling. I was approached by a security officer who has informed me that I cannot take any pictures in the shopping mall unless I am in that picture. This is quite a pickle actually. Why are they encouraging selfies so badly?