“Ordinary” colors–matte terra-cotta, yellow, and red, glistening green leaves and brown wood–with a great big oval of pastel iridescence–even reflected in the glistening wood!
The bright yellow edifice glimpsed here against a gorgeous bright blue sky (believe it of not, there’s snow in the forecast for tomorrow!) belongs to the The First Hungarian Reformed Church. It was designed by Emery Roth, a Hungarian-born architect, and completed in 1916. Read more about it here.
Yellow chrysanthemums, miniature pumpkins, terra-cotta vase, red brick: an elegant stairway of colors!