This time one can see the leaves and branches, and the picture in the center of the creek stands out from the image framing it, but it still has a bit of mystery to it. It also has more red oranges that I liked in the first trial, and they are appropriate for November. I think I learned a lot about working with the file in Photoshop by doing the three versions, although I would rather not weave pieces three times to get them right. The Photoshop designing phase is almost like painting--slow, deliberate, and demanding of a lot of concentration. I am working at the pixel level, so it is necessarily very time consuming.