I walked outside this morning and was hit by a COOL breeze. Ahh, the simple pleasures. It has been extremely hot this past week and very humid. I glanced up at the sky. Very pretty.
Then I checked out my plants. I found some very tiny yellow mushrooms in one of the pots. Cute little things.
A blob of water sitting in the middle of one of the succulents. It looked like something gooey, but was only water.
A few peppers and tomatoes from the garden.
Last Saturday I went to the Los Angeles County Museum to see an exhibit of an artist named Carlos Almaraz. He is a native of LA, particularly Echo Park, that I visited a couple weeks ago. I showed some photos on my blog of the giant lotus plants at Echo Park Lake. Alvarez painted a huge piece with three panels of the lake. This is only two of the panels.
Here is his version of “Starry Night” in Los Angeles.
I liked the way the light fell on the chair in this one. It is oil on paper rather than canvas. It was under glass, so the details were difficult to pick up with my iPhone.
After the exhibit my husband and I went to a restaurant across the street. They had murals inside depicting Los Angeles in the 40’s. Again, the quality is lacking due to the lighting and using my phone. It shows Wilshire Blvd, which is one of the main streets going through downtown, and the street the museum is on.
I am still enjoying the cool air coming through my windows. Don’t know how long it will last, since September has just begun, but it’s a nice break. Thank you as always for visiting.