What kind of trees are those two in the photo? (I really don't have any better photo.)
Just by looking at branch organization, I would say they are liquidambars.
Consider following branch organizations:
They are called alternate and opposite organizations, respectively.
Of trees, only maples, ashes and dogwoods have opposite organization of branches. I don't see any traces of that in the pictured trees.
Since leaves tell us they must be maples or liquidambars, they are liquidambars.
An article from thespruce.com: 'Which Trees Have Opposite Branching?'
Easy one to remember, maples have something called a samara, or winged seed they fall off in the wind and twist in the air, we used to call them helicopter seeds as children. Liquidamber has tight dark brown like balls with seeds hidden inside- although from a distance they look similar, the leaves are quite different, maples are smooth and Liquids are not, the bark is also different depending on variety of maple, some are smooth, or peeling- the list goes on, liquids always have that mid grey rough looking bark only. so to end- the picture is of a Liquidamber.