Several years ago we needed to replace our Adirondack chairs that are placed around the Library grounds to give visitors a place to rest or read or sketch. The previous chairs had been painted a dark green, as is typical of such chairs in Chester.
Because the chairs were in the garden, we thought that a bright yellow would be a more attractive color and would make the location of the chairs more obvious to visitors. The new color worked out well as the yellow made a great contrast against all the green.
However, we had no idea how wonderful the chairs would look when all the green turned to yellow, gold and red. You can see what we mean in the photos below. Alas, the chairs are all wrapped and tucked away for the winter now, awaiting the return of another Spring.