Recently I was surprised when I read that fall colors in Europe are mostly yellow. Here’s the link to the article about this: http://www.livescience.com/5749-fall-colors-europe.html.
At this time of the year in New Jersey we see many fall colors: yellow, orange, red, pink, and hues of all kinds. Following is typical red foliage on a Bradford Pear tree at our house.
Below is a closeup of those small pears prized by many deer. They are the size of marbles, and their seeds contain cyanide so some say humans should not eat them. However, I have seen a recipe for making jelly from them: