I really shouldn't call ginkgo "trendy". However it has been a popular subject for Asian artists for years and one that has been enthusiastically embraced in the West. And for good reason too, as you can see, ginkgo trees turn a brilliant yellow in the autumn.
The falling leaves offer a wonderful contrast against this rosemary hedge.
And of course, the leaves themselves are a nice fan shape that lay atop each other evocative of the random patterns of nature.
Ginkgo leaves have been touted in recent years as having a beneficial effect on memory functions. However, these images prove that that they don't have to be consumed in order to remind us of how simply beautiful ginkgo trees are.