Thanks for the comment. I really didn't notice the "anomaly" until now. Every time I looked at the image, my eyes were always focused on the water because it is the only "sharp" thing there.
Thanks, much appreciated.
The problem will be one of judging apples with oranges. A post-processed Bokeh will always be of a higher quality than one resulting from a Bokeh technique.
If it is mentioned that it is a post-processed Bokeh, do we then put a lower voting weightage to it as compared to a "natural" Bokeh? If not what then is the point of mentioning that it is Post-processed since both natural and post-processed ones are judged together?
I am not insisting of course and please don't take my comments the wrong way, but I see judging problems giving rise to an unfair imbalance of votes.
I hope I don't come across as being aggressive as sometimes words alone may appear so.
The contest Rules say "... If you do create the bokeh effect with post-processing, be sure to mention this in your description" So, post-processing Bokeh is allowed?
I hope the Admin. reconsider this Rule as @kyricom says, "...It's a photography contest, not an App contest"