Sort of a conflicted sense, here. While the framing of the plants cast a peaceful if not pretty sense of the moment, that dark cloud seemingly coming out of the church seems to cast a sense of foreboding. If the cloud could be shaded to not so dark I think a better understanding of the beauty of the scene would transpire.
Of, course my interpretation could be all wrong. For, alas you are the artist. And, I but a failed novice. So whom am I to question?
i pondered the black and white option,and i have a colour one as well.But i felt the gothic architecture was well served with the colour.But it's all down to the individual eye i suppose? but as usual Bob noted and taken on board.I'm a keen student intent on learning.
Learn from me? But, I am the failed novice. You, be the artist. To be sure, when I comment it is just my opinion. Nothing is meant to be valued by it. I have been called wrong many times, and gladly admit to that. Being a failed novice means I have nothing to defend nor claim of any expertise to stand on. Actually, my friend, it is I that is the one who is learning. Because to comment means I have to look and think about what it is I am seeing and that teaches by self taught. But, the danger is to take me too seriously. Many will testify that you should not. The more important is to take yourself seriously. You are the artist.
If I may ask, please post the color. For just a day or two. Then delete it, if you wish. I'd love to see it. But, alas, it is your disk space. So, whom am I to ask.