If you look back at my last two posts, I hope you'll agree with me that the buildings I've photographed show their stability and their usefulness while manifesting a simple beauty. I haven't shown you much of the ornamentation that can be found there, but I did take a few pictures of the cast-iron ornamentation that fronts the Sinnott Building, constructed in 1883 at the peak of the trend of decorating facades with cast iron.
I'm so wishing, now, that I'd found the fourth, especially as I review the strikingly different, yet equally strong, graphic surfaces on the three I did see. These stripes!
And next time we chat, I'll be in the Eternal City -- I hope you'll keep me company!