some colors and textures of simple buildings located along rural Cherryvale Road in Boulder, Colorado between Marshall Road and South Boulder Road. Above, asphalt shingles above rubble sandstone wall.
corrugated metal roofing above red painted clapboard siding (red paint was often used on utility buildings and occasionally rural schools because it was the cheapest to make. The idea that different colors cost different amounts is quite foreign now.)
rusted corrugated metal roofing above rough formed concrete
composite shingles painted white and green
corrugated metal roofing over raw pine siding
rusted corrugated metal roofing over rough cut stone, heavily parged