4. Red-Leaf Trees
Red, red, red. Hiking into the woods under these red-leaf trees is more fun and exciting than any other days. It looks like a battalion of painters have intricately painted each leaf with red paint. Pair it with mild autumn days and cool evenings, these “red heads” produce more striking and vivacious red color. The woods couldn’t be this perfect if daytime temperatures are too warm for an extended period of time.
5. Pine Tree Tops
Whether it’s sunny or foggy, these pine tree tops doesn’t fail in taking someone’s breath away. You can’t get enough of it, you couldn’t wait to buckle up and get up close and personal with the scenery.
6. Medieval-Looking Forest
Looking at this picture is a reminder of the medieval time, an era where prince is saddled up with his horse, passing through this breezy forest just to be with his true love. And his princess, waiting all alone in one of those trees, is filled with high hopes that her prince would come soon and will live happily ever after. On the scientific side, the browning of leaves, as the most apparent sign of fall, takes place when the air starts to cool and daylight hours start to shorten. This is in opposition during summer time when leaves remain green because chlorophyll pigments help absorb energy from the sun.