Sorry for the poor quality of the pics, but there was too much sun for my smartphone. The tree was photographed near Vinci, Leonardo's birthplace, in zone 8b/9a (actually 9a but there is a frost pocket in the immediate neighborhood, due to orography). I've never seen such a tree in my area, I think it could be a palmately lobed-leaves cultivar of some more common plant. When I had seen it for the first time, I thought it could be Larix kaempferi or Schinus molle, but it's neither of the two. Thanks in advance.