A lone maple tree shows its colors in early autumn, against the backdrop
of a brilliant blue sky. Some of the maple's leaves are beginning to
turn bright hues of yellow, orange, and red. As the leaves die and
turn brown, they will fall to the earth and blanket the green grass.
A close-up photograph of a birdseye-maple wood veneer plank focuses on this wood's unique textured effect. Birdseye-maple can be recognized by its grain, which is distinctly different from the grains of other woods.
An exterior walkway is adorned with a Japanese maple, lirope, and miniature boxwood. The entrance garden to this beautiful home provides a welcoming feel to all who travel the bright white path to the door.
Digital illustration of bare deciduous tree branches. In the Northern Hemisphere, deciduous trees grow new leaves each Spring and lose their leaves each Autumn. Many trees have bare branches during the Winter months.
Young trees are photographed at a tree farm. The trees at the plant nursery, which are emerging from the dirt, have been planted in straight rows. As the trees are cultivated they will continue to grow.