Here I like the composition but not the blue tone.
Removing all saturation and then adding back a little warm temperature gave me a more pleasing effect.
Somehow, though, the electric line bothered me even more
in the doctored image.
That's where the spot healing brush tool came to the rescue.
This is the Indian Mission Church on M-22 between Leland and Northport.
12/27 - Coming back with one more image, just for Karen Casebeer. Here is the scene without the curve sign, Karen:
Doesn't it look as if something's missing? (It is.) Doesn't it make you, the driver, a little nervous as you approach the curve? Or does it just look more peaceful and less cluttered?
For the record, taking the sign out was a bit more complicated than removing the overhead wire with the spot healing tool. To remove the sign, I had to use (1) the eraser tool, then (2) the eyedropper to change the (3) foreground color, and finally (4) the paint bucket to spill the color of the surrounding snow into the blank space where the sign had been.