A different perspective of the same scene captured in one of the other posts, today. Like the lead in by the fence on the left. The foreground adds a different focus in this narrower perspective of the landscape scene; without narrowing it too much. This perspective removes the attraction of the reflection and focuses attention from the immediate more complicated foreground to the distant far horizon and sky. That's my take, anyway. Love looking at such well constructed scenes when I have the same scene but a different perpsective to study it by. One more thing I might mention is that it seems like a good lesson to study comparatively for the same issue in Ischoorens comparative posts: Autumn Colors and Autumn Color 2 that she was dealing with. Excellent example of the same. Thank you.