As this is the final image, I agree that the changes made are a noticable improvement. A very adequate "still life".
B & W with one color inserted - interesting idea and perspective is as per challenge. Still get the feeling it is a great landscape / windmill shot ........
Crop out the black bottom bar and a tiny bit on LHS. Bit of saturation and contrast.
Again, a big improvement. Cloning out the white flower made a big difference.
Still have a slight bias towards the "tilted" version! It seems a little more "threatening" - maybe because the viewer feels "off balance"?
Good crop which lessens the effect of the off-horizontal lines .....
To nit-pick, I would try a little more saturation and contrast, is all.
Big improvement and you now have a great photo.
I like the pastel colors and would consider a crop and brightening and getting the main focus lines horizontal.
I would crop quite a bit, lower the highlight intensity and increase saturation.
Agree with all the comments below. The small improvements have brought your photo to life.
Amazingly successful crop!! Great work in producing virtually a completely different photo!
Great crop and amazing what a small alteration can achieve!
Would increase either "contrast or saturation".
If you are able to - increase the "saturation" a wee bit? Otherwise it is OK, with good perspective for this challenge.
Great idea and well captured. Agree with others to clone out the pole.
Nit-picking on my part to add a wee bit more contrast ....
Small crop from LHS and and a bit more contrast .... maybe?
Great DOF. I wouldn't change anything
Would be better if "Rule of Thirds" was applied.
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