Just spent a couple days in sweden, well in rural sweden, away from any light pollution. Maybe not any as in nothing at all, but certainly less than the phosporous shine that reflects off of the streets of copenhagens characteristic streetlights, which colours the sky distinct reddish colour. I think that sentence is bit broken but you probably understand that I am talking about the light from the street lamps colouring the skies allthough they point downwards.
The timing was just right with regard to the colouration of the foliage as all the leaves were yellow and red though still attached to their respective trees. In sweden they have real forrests. Not the scrawny stamp sized wannabees where you once or twice can fools yourself into beleiving you are in natures wild grip untill 10 paces later when you align your eyes to the lines trees that where planted in neat rows just like mother nature never ever does. In sweden you actually apreciate the pathways because these woods have no rows at all of any kind.