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.
A monument of a soldier from World War I is photographed against a backdrop of fall foliage. The dull gray color of the statue stands in stark contrast to the gold, red, orange, and green trees. A bright blue sky peeks out from behind the trees.
A spectacular red and green aurora borealis lights up the night sky over Bavaria, Germany. This unusual northern lights display, above the silhouetted forest, occurred during the Autumn of 2003.
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.