The photograph was taken on November 14th at Sipoonkorpi, part of a formation of giant's kettles.
The length of day is today 5 h 57 min, and still going down, towards 5 h 47 min. Well, at least today I didn't get wet when commuting by bicycle.
The new bicycle light has still 1/3 of the first charge left, after nine days of commuting, which means that one charge might last three weeks. Usually the lowest or the second lowest brightness setting is enough, but there have been several rainy days when I have needed to power the light up to the second brightest setting. In normal winter conditions the charge might thus last even longer.
(Posting title is from the poem Dolores (Notre-Dame des Sept Douleurs) by Algernon Charles Swinburne.)