The first thing I saw was the backlit palm trees lined up with the window horizontal frame. Then these stripes of sunlight passing through the tiny space between the window frames and the curtains. At this point I remembered I was in a museum. The LACMA - the Los Angeles County Museum of Art - is a huge assembly of buildings each different in style, There are many things to see there, but not many people to visit. Which in fact is much more comfortable. Going through museums packed with hordes of uninterested tourist is almost a torture. Yes I am selfish, I prefer empty museum galleries where you can stop and contemplate in silence, stay as long as you want in front of a piece appealing to you. This room was big and sparsely filled with 19th century sculptures. But as I said I was more attracted by the large window and what was behind. It was for me like a work of art in itself.