I have lucked out on County road #5 lately so I went prospecting again even though I felt the day was already toast. I thought the new round of smoke might minimize further east from the haze from the latest round of forest fires. Here's another sky with those soft puffy clouds. Eddie like feathery clouds; no kidding! This sky toward the east is a bit misleading because ugly clouding is approaching my back from the Divide. The mess of afternoon clouds clunked up what was already enveloping light. I will probably have to wait, there are 2 days down to upper 80s in the forecast. Sheesh.
At first glance, I thought this was a neat little farm that had a view toward the mountains. Indeed that would be confirmed if those are really two cast iron chairs under the shed roof facing the view. I am pretty sure that he liked red paint by the five gallon bucket. He might also have gotten the "fire sale" red tiles over at Longmont Brick and Tile right after Broley. This looks to be constructed better than Broley's.
Earlier, I chased an interesting cloud over onto Road #5 when I last headed up to Eddie's to help him finally learn sky replacement. I took my camera out there again because there were a couple spots I wanted to look over.again. I wanted to look at another farm that I was trying to compose. Not today.
Take a notice on the roof of the green building, curious or a church for farmland neighbors?