getty center, 5 (angles)

as you may surmise, i’ve been on a toot about the getty center all week long. (and this is not the final post on the subject.)

DSC08108and rightfully so. i like to think of a visit to the center as a grand social experiment. (it’s a successful one, btw.)

DSC08121my companions were weren’t surprised when strangers approached me to ask about visiting the museum. (or did i interject myself into stranger’s lives? it’s a habit, what can i say?)

DSC08122my mother could talk to anyone about anything and talked to strangers all the time. i guess you could say, “he’s his mother’s son,” for no  matter what corner i turn, i will find someone i don’t know, but after a few minutes and careful probing (“he’s a mind-reader!) i will know more. that’s my angle.


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