This photo shows the gnarly surface roots of the eastern hemlock tree.
The leaves on the sugar maple trees are beginning to change color in the fall.
This old oak tree is showing some damage to the outer layers of bark.
Row of maple trees lining the path in the park.
Cedars can grow anywhere, even in the cracks between these rocks!
Striking fall colors of ash tree leaves.
View of trees changing color in the fall, as seen from the Niagara escarpment.
This photo captures the sun shining through maple trees in the forest.
The gazebo, built under the shade of trees, provides an ornamental addition to this private garden.
This photo captures the essence of the Sunday drive in the country to see the fall colors.
Pine trees are classified as coniferous trees or evergreens as they do not lose their leaves in winter.
Leaves of the American beech tree variety, changing color before falling off the tree.
Cedar trees are able to grow in very rocky terrain with very little soil.
Easily recognizable birch tree log often used in Christmas decorations.
These fruit trees will provide a bumper crop of apples in the fall.
Black Cherry tree wood.
Ash tree leaves changing color in the fall months.
Birch tree leaf picture for identification purposes.
Deciduous leaves of different hues collected in nearby culvert.
Three old cedars stand out from the surrounding foliage.
Young maple tree planted in the garden of this house.
Black walnuts remain on the tree long after the leaves have fallen.
Blanket of white pine needles covers the roof below.
Use these signs to guide you as you hike along the scenic Bruce Trail.