Taken early on Monday morning with the sun low in the sky directly in front of me. I have decided to put this up for criticism because, unusually, I like it and my wife hates it (particularly the reflection that is distorted due to the waves in the surface of the water). A few feathers from this year's cygnets have been carefully cloned out, but otherwise the image had been processed from RAW in Photoshop Elements 7, without any RAW sharpening, some noise reduction because ISO 640 was needed, and finally use of the unsharp mask on the JPG image to make the feathers clearer. I have found that sharpening this way does not emphasise noise from the high ISO, and works well on subject like this. The shot was taken at the long end of a Tamron 18-250 zoom, and turned out so well that I have had a 30 x 40 cm print done. The print, if examined very closely, has a small area of green fringing under the head and beak. If I get another print I may try to clean this up first.