I like the range of colours among these American Sweetgum (I think) leaves. I say "I think," because most pictures show the leaves to be simple five-lobed stars, without secondary lobes. Sweetgum has a wonderful generic name: Liquidamber. (See comments below; the proper spelling is probably Liquidambar.)This tree reminded me one one of the background options that came with an ancient version of Windows.
This Aralia is also doing interesting things with colour. The "branches" are really very long leaf petioles bearing many leaflets. When they drop, the plant is left a mere spiky stick. Aralia throughout the year is shown in this post.