Quiet little neighborhood walk in Studio City, for Halloween 🎃
In this post I have a couple updates to give you on my Blog. First, I’ll tell you about when I will be posting. So I tried different days, and more or less posts, and I figured with my schedule I really can’t post more than three times a week… which is pretty good already.
I managed to convince my friend to come with me to the famous “Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights” !
I had done it once in the past with my sister, and it was so much fun 🤪 It’s the best way to celebrate Spooky Season for me. There’s a couple haunted houses, that are more like guided mazes, that you go through… they go from not scary at all, to freaking insane ! There’s a Terror Tram that is a must-do, and my favorite of the entire evening. The bus drops you off in what seems to be the middle of nowhere, and you gotta walk through a bunch of scary looking settings, with all kinds of weirdos screaming and pointing things at you… it’s a sport.
And you also have all the usual attractions open by night, I did Hogwarts of course, as I am a Harry Potter fan, couldn’t miss it. It was a blast, an unforgettable evening; take a look at the video above, as my friend filmed some funny moments. 👻
Absolute favorite place to go for hangouts… it was a really chill day, didn’t do much apart from some light shopping. Mostly I wanted to go to the pier, just to see the ocean up close. I’m in love with the big-ass Pacific waves. Don’t really know why, but I shot everything in black and white. Although I do find the contrast cool, and a bit grungy. I’m enjoying my time being back in LA, I keep saying it, but I’ve missed being here so much, it’s like being able to breathe again normally. It feels great.
Here’s part two of my little visit to The Broad museum. There’s too many artists on show in this post, so I’ll write them down as captions under each art.
I was struck by the powerful images on display, and sculptures as well. It excited my mind, and the overall experience was quite pleasing. What is incredible about art, is how most pieces can still apply to contemporary times. I just love scrolling around galleries and letting it inspire me.
I went to The Broad for the first time the other day, and they have the most amazing little collection. It is so well curated, I did not expect such beautiful and striking pieces. I took many pictures of the Art, just so I could show you my favorites, but there’s so many that I have to split it in two posts.