Photographer's Note

I am returning to Thorp Perrow Arboretum for the next few posts. I had to stand and wait to take this one as there was a family playing about in view. I was struck by the full range of autumn colours on display, and thought it was worth waiting for. For information about Thorp Perrow Arboretum see here and here.

Edit: Some members have commented the photo is too sharp. Since all I did was the minimum sharpening after re-sizing, does anyone know why this is? Could it be JPEG artifacts? I have had the conversation with several members that autumn photos need high compression to meet the 200k requirement, and this was no exception. If I remember correctly this needed more than I have ever used before.
You thoughts on this issue would be appreciated.
Edit2 Thank you for all the useful advice. I've done a WS. Is that better?

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