Fallen maples leaves blanket the forest floor.
Scenic picture of fall maple tree leaves with river running in the background.
Close up photo of American beech tree leaves in autumn.
The leaves on this chestnut tree have turned a striking orange color in autumn.
Leaves of the cherry tree overlooking the pond.
Striking fall colors of ash tree leaves.
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.
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.
This example of red oak leaves will help you identify the species.
Leaves of the black walnut tree beginning to change color in the fall.
Fallen red oak leaves are snagged in branches above the water.
Colorful maple leaves on the ground means winter is right around the corner.
The chestnut tree leaves turn bright orange in the autumn months providing striking fall color.
Fallen leaves from a chestnut tree showing autumnal color.
The chestnut is a deciduous tree because it loses its leaves in the fall.
The leaves of the dawn redwood are bright green in spring and summer and turn reddish brown before falling to the ground in fall.
Black walnuts are left on this tree after all the leaves have gone.
Meander the peaceful scenic trail through fallen leaves in autumn.
Vibrant orange leaves of the maple tree in fall.
In autumn the crabapple foliage and fruit change color, and when the leaves fall you can see the vibrant color of the fruit.
The leaves on this red maple tree are starting to change color in the autumn.