Here in north Idaho, we get very little by way of fall color since our woods are primarily coniferous. But we do have tamaracks (also called larches).
Tamaracks are unique among conifers in that they turn yellow and drop their needles in the fall, just like deciduous trees do. They can add quite a dramatic blaze of color in an otherwise solid-green forest in October and November.
I took this in our woods. (Click on the first photo to enlarge - I took this shot half-way blind - didn't have my glasses on - but it turned out pretty cool.)
Took these on the way home from church. It was a misty foggy day but as I said, they make splashes of yellow among the dark green. Pretty larches!