Some statues in the Getty Museum.
A surprisingly lifelike statue.
A well-decorated room.
The lobby of the museum. The modern architecture is clearly visible here.
Later that evening, we visited the tent at the Rose Bowl where my parents had spent several days working on a float for the Rose Parade. Their particular float was for Guide Dogs for the Blind. Naturally, the highlight of the float was the dogs. Here's one of the heads in progress.
Some trees that my dad worked on. They look amazingly real.
Another dog. This one is complete.
A different float under construction.
The Vietnamese Cultural House float is nearly complete.
Cats and butterflies.
Another view of the detail on the Vietnamese float.
Cats and dogs.
The float on which the Rose Princesses get to ride.
A Rose first-aid kit.
Another float in some scaffolding.
The world in a trash can.
Pieces of a float.