That afternoon we jumped over to the Annenberg Space for Photography (not space photography, as Chantal thought I said) to see their free Digital Darkroom exhibit, with artists who combine photography and technology. A few pieces were a little mind-bending, in a good way.
The parking garage had a great orange wall. We each did a photo shoot.
We made the social rounds for a few minutes afterward, grabbed a Diddy Riese cookie, and sped over to Union Station to pick up Corey, who'd taken the train up from San Diego. He was in CA for a law school competition and even though we just saw each other at Christmas, we're always up for a reunion. He's my bodyguard.
Surprise, surprise we were all hungry, so we jumped into the eternal line at Pink's for some hot dogs. An LA staple that I still hadn't tried.
We got up in time for lunch on Monday, and it was time to explore Santa Monica. I defaulted to The Misfit for lunch, as usual. On the top right is a new dish I tried - baked goat cheese in a tomato gravy on garlic toast. The flavors are all familiar, but the format was not. I want to kiss the darling soul that put that together. I almost drank straight from the bowl.