Canada (and elsewhere) is renowned for colourful Autumnal colours, and you'd be forgiven for thinking that the above comes from such a country.
In fact it's an ordinary Oak tree with yellowing leaves, caught by the early morning sunlight.
These Pine trees are much the same. Normally their trunks are a dark purple-ish brown, but under the influence of sunrise they become bright red.
This reddening effect is common at this time of year, and never fails to amaze me.
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