Sure that one was tricky... though there's a clear contrast between the foreground foliage and the lighted background. Since there is also structure, monochrome would be the natural way-to-go, as I've already commented in one of your contributions. Now, in this case, I don't think the colors are so much distracting, if not so much interesting, so I decided to take up the challenge and keep them 😉.My process
On Lightroom, after initial lens correction, I cropped the picture using the wire in the upper left corner as a diagonal--also removing the rusty beam above (and a few disgraceful leaves...) I made the aforementioned contrast clearer, and adjusted a few colors (I don't like my greens too yellowish!). Used two graduated filters: one to darken the lower left corner, the other to lighten up the top and try to align it with the tones in the middle. I don't see much else to do, but all in all, it's an interesting image!
About the diaspoRAW challenge and this 2019-10 round
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