At this time of year, I am craving a bit of color in the landscape. Every once in a while it pops out at me. But mostly, things look rather taupe and beige and grey like this scene at a farm nearby.
It's hard to believe that there still can be green grass out there but this field next door looks nice and healthy. The hillside behind it is a lovely taupe shade and one of my favorite places to look for wildlife.
Looking down can sometimes yield a colorful surprise.
This hillside is covered with wild roses. At this time of year, the hips add bits of color to the landscape.
Further up the hill there are some lovely gold leaves that haven't blown off the trees yet.
Who would think barbed wire could look so pretty.
Invasive as it is, bittersweet vines sure do make me happy in November.