This week Kristine asked us to show her something “framed”.
Since framed photos are the very obvious, I thought I would take on a little different approach.
This is a photo I took at the Getty Center in Los Angeles, which is the home of the J. Paul Getty Museum.
The Campus, which sits on a hilltop in the Santa Monica mountains, was designed by architect Richard Meier and overlooks the disparate aspects of Los Angeles’s landscapeÃ¢â‚¬â€the Pacific Ocean, the Mountains, and the vast outstretch of the city.
Richard Meier used travertine, steel and glass to create a fantastic composition of elements and the mix of curvilinear elements and the grid, which is created by the travertine squares, turns the building itself into a piece of art.
Throughout the campus, you’ll find spots that offer framed panoramic views of every different side of LA. It’s just breath-taking.