When I lived in Massachusetts, I found Plymouth Rock to be, well, quite small. Rather disappointing. At least as a rock.
Great, in terms of historical significance.
So when all the hoopla was going on in Los Angeles to get a big rock from a quarry near Riverside to its final destination at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, I was hoping it really was a BIG rock.
At 340-tons, it surely should be grand.
And it is....up close.
North of the Resnick Pavilion is a large expanse of gravel.
A concrete channel holds up the mass and allows visitors to walk towards and under the Levitated Mass.
And then it truly is impressive.