Over a period of many years, Donald Judd converted the buildings of a former WWII army base into a collective of galleries which house his work and that of other artists whom he admired. The highlight was experiencing Judd's 100 aluminum works exhibited inside the museum's two largest structures. Simply breathtaking. For the remainder of the day I was extra sensitive to objects alongside the highway that were sculptural in nature. Hence the images of the flowering cactus, the discarded oil drums and the skeletal gas sign.