I hesitate to make this post. I have no illusions about my photographic skills (or lack thereof). I usually trust my judgement on what works and what doesn't. I post pics in the POTD thread knowing that they aren't perfect, but hoping that they have enough going for them that others might find them interesting. I have an image that I actually really like. I have much to learn about processing in post, but I've played with the image on my own and am reasonably happy with the result. But I'm not sure it's as good as it could be and am curious about what others would do with it. Plan on printing it for my office, not for sale. Original: My tweaks in post: (posted in the POTD thread this month) Obviously I'm happier with the changes I made. I think it works better in B&W and cropped to a vertical orientation. But I keep having these niggling doubts that it could look better and as I play around with it I can't decide what works. (1) The shot is what it is. Can't change the lighting, point of view, composition, etc. without planning another trip to NYC. Possible (and I'm actually thinking about doing it and shooting at dawn and/or dusk or in different weather) but that doesn't help me with this image. (2) Vertical vs landscape. Obviously I chose vertical for the crop and I think it works better. The lines in landscape are still interesting, but I think a vertical orientation works better for the subject. (3) Color vs B&W. I like B&W for this since I think the texture is more interesting than the relatively muted colors present. Possible I need to play more with the B&W conversion though. Thoughts? I feel fairly lame even making this post. I should be able to sort this out on my own. I just keep having this feeling that I am close to making this into an interesting image but that I have missed something that I can't put my finger on. Input appreciated.