At this time of year, it is time to put the garden to bed.
We didn't have that successful a season, but I should blog about that later this month.
We have to have our community garden cleared out by the end of the month, when it closes down.
At home, we have dug and potted up three poinsettias and an orange geranium.
Our rosemary plants are also safely in pots, ready to be brought in when the frosts hit.
Soon, we will be harvesting our ginger, again grown in a large pot - we got several hands of the root - not hardy here in upstate New York.
The sun angle makes everything shine with a special light at this time of year. I will leave you with one more photo - sunrise in downtown Binghamton, New York today.
Were you able to witness the total lunar eclipse last night?