It's supposed to rain tomorrow, so I took advantage of the good weather to wander outside and snap some pictures of the fall foliage. Both of these pictures were taken on my street.
Western Oregon is a bit odd, in that most of our native trees are evergreens. Consequently the best place to see fall colors is not on a winding country road somewhere, but in the cities where deciduous trees are planted.
The golden one on the left is a ginkgo; they're supremely beautiful in fall. Someone ought to make thin, hammered gold coins shaped like ginkgo leaves. I'm not sure what the other type of tree is -- an elm, maybe? -- but our street is lined with them.
Another example of tree whose species I don't recognize (probably a maple -- thanks, Tara). This beautiful tree is just next to my mailbox, so when goodies from the SOSF arrive, they pass beneath this tree!