Going into the dusty RAW cupboard and came across this image, one of a few I took on a special, bright, incredibly still morning - it was like gold was dripping from the rail bridge to Glasgow Central that crosses the Clyde.
This is a story of not being clear on the image. The original I processed was landscape - it included more sets of pillars, a great line of the bridge and its reflection, and the golden glow through more arches. However, immediately to the right is a road bridge that cut across the top right of this image as a great dark shadow with an intense highlight strip of light between the bridge edges. Revisiting that day it was apparent the landscape shot was confused - was it the bridge, the water, the gold...? And there was that great ugly arc of road bridge as a distraction.
So, in #digitaldumpsterchallenge mode, I did this one. It doesn't show the bridge in all its architectural glory, but it does zero in on the initial attraction - the dripping water in that golden sunshine. I think the bridge and reflection add context to the point of the image. Perhaps you agree, or not.
The original landscape is here https://www.flickr.com/photos/160769645@N08/49752183073