It's hard to tell from a distance like that, but I think it is an ash tree. I looks like
it has compound leaves, and branches that form opposite of each other.
Some cultivar of green ash, maybe. They tend to fall colors in aof burgundy,
gold and orange.
All the ash trees here are dying (unless treated regularly with the proper pesticides)
due to the imported emerald ash borer.
Pat in Plymouth MI ('someplace.net' is comcast)
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