Deciduous Forest with a Fallen Tree. Famous Confucius quote “If a tree falls in the forest, does in make a sound”
Picture of an Aspen Tree growing up between 2 huge 10 foot high boulders – aspen tree bark is identifiable by it’s a greenish grey color.
Forest Trail colors in Autumn. A Deciduous tree sheds its leaves annually.
Snow piled high on a Tree Branch picture.
Autumn Red Maple Tree image with it’s green leaves and a few turning red. Later in the Fall season all the Red Maple’s leaves will turn to a brilliant red. Spectacular!
Programs to stop the ash borer disease spreading is to cut down ash trees in infected areas.
Oak Tree leaves, some refuse to let go and remain on the tree during Winter.
Great image of Maple Tree Landscape in country estate field.
Winter image of Willow Tree branches
Winter tree branches in the forest with snow cover!
American Beech Tree leaves on a sunny winter day.
Majestic image of a country maple tree lane.
Work starts with the seedlings set in two nice rows.
One’s reward matures over the next 15-25 years and you have a laneway of maple trees.
The paper birch tree is readily identified by it white paper bark that peels off.
This birch has fallen some time ago, life span of the birch is relatively short in comparison to other trees (100+ years) at about 30-40 years.
White trunk and branch bark is a unique feature of this tree and is a top landscaping pick for a feature tree in front yards.
We have many types of birch tree pictures at our Birch Trees page
Deciduous trees lose their leaves in the winter months and will produce new leaves in the Spring.
Many American Beech Trees hold some of their leaves during the Winter months making them readily identifiable.
Untraveled old deciduous forest trail photo during snowy winter months.
When the sun comes out in winter months it can cause the snow to melt off buildings creating long icicles.
Winter icicles can be quite striking to look at as the sunlight travels through them as seen in the above forest photo.
Telephoto image of three maple trees in a distant farmer’s field.
Nicely spaced apart, the image reveals how differently shaped the maple tree grows.
Maples tree are about 25-35 years old.
The dawn redwood is a deciduous tree that loses its needles in the fall.
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.
Golf course landscape design showing both evergreen and deciduous trees in the fall.