Striking fall color of the sugar maple tree species.

# Category: Maple Tree

## Maple Tree Image

Colorful maple tree overlooking architectural finial.

## Sugar Maple Trees

The leaves on the sugar maple trees are beginning to change color in the fall.

## Row of Maple Trees

Row of maple trees lining the path in the park.

## Maple Tree Sunset

This photo captures the sun shining through maple trees in the forest.

## Maples Country Road

This photo captures theĀ essence of the Sunday drive in the country to see the fall colors.

## Tree Maple

Young maple tree planted in the garden of this house.

## Maple Sap Collection

Sap from the sugar maple is collected in March to make maple syrup.

## Maple Leaf Garden

Colorful maple leaf trapped on park bench.

## Mountain Maple Leaf

Leaf of the mountain maple, acer spicatum, changing color in the fall.

## Maple Tree Sapling

Maple tree seed has taken root to produce an new maple tree.

## Maple Leaf on Bed of Moss

Fallen maple leaf lies on a bed of moss in the forest.

## Maple Tree Forest

Maple trees in fall color make great scenic pictures.

## Maple Leaf Yellow

Colorful maple leaves on the ground means winter is right around the corner.

## Sugar Maple Tree

Striking fall color of the sugar maple tree.

## Tree Maple New

A young maple tree showing its vibrant fall color.

## Tree Maple Colors

Maple trees turn vibrant yellow, orange and red in the autumn months.

## Tree Canopy of Maples

Striking fall color of maple tree canopy against the sunny blue sky.

## Fall Photo of Maple Trees

Vibrant orange leaves of the maple tree in fall.

## Red Maple Tree

The leaves of the red maple provide a strong contrast against this green landscape.

## Maple Tree Leaves Red

The leaves on this red maple tree are starting to change color in the autumn.

## Orange Maple Tree Leaves

Bright orange color of the maple leaves in fall

## Maple Tree Red Type

Vibrant red color of the maple tree in fall.

## Maple Tree Type: Harlequin

The leaves of the harlequin maple tree are easily recognized by their two-toned color.