I took this beautiful photograph through the car window on the way back from somewhere. The sky was turning from light to dark (dark-thirty, as Janet and I like to say), the shadows were growing longer and day was quickly turning into night. Cold weather was on its way and the contrails looked like giant feathers.
The honeysuckle in the back garden has donned its fall berries in bright orange just in time for the Thanksgiving season.
The beauty-berry bush has only recently decided to turn it's berries purple. This is the bush in the back garden bed. The other beauty-berry bushes around the yard have been purple for about a month. The timing of nature is a curiousity.