Recently I visited this beautiful yet heavily trafficked art exhibition on the way back to Los Angeles from Las Vegas. Usually when I go ANYWHERE I want to check out some outdoors shit (so predictable, I know!). Anyway, some friends told me about the “Seven Magic Mountains” (after prodding for a while because b****es wanna be stingy at times, lol sharing is caring) so I begged my pa’tna to take me here!
Needless to say, once I walked up to my first magic mountain, I found myself in my head once again. I began to think of how the concept originated, I wondered if the rocks were painted before or after being stacked, and what would happen during an earthquake. I felt so balanced, I could’ve just hugged those neon colored boulders.
I was trippin’ for a while because I didn’t know that this place existed. It turns out that the exhibit just opened up in 2016 and was not even anticipated to receive as much attention as it did (so they say) WITH THE NEON COLORS y todo, but okay! I’m sure they knew that travelers would be thirsty for a photo opp.
I did not take my kids on this short trip but I could only imagine the questions Ethan would’ve had. I plan to bring them back to this place if they don’t remove it by then. This would be a great place to practice critical thinking skills lol definitely worth the visit. Sit back, relax & marvel …make sure that you bring hella water though, because it’s dry as f*** out there!
Question: What came first? The neon colors? or the stacking of the boulders? (you may find the answer by clicking HERE and checking out their website. You’re welcome luv)