Very well seen and very well done.
It’s encouraging to see that this image has already had a thousand views, far more than our angels-on-a-pin threads.
It also made me wonder about artefacts in landscape. We accept the ancient dry stone walls, almost as if they were entirely natural. Once upon a time they would have been new. Would Paleo-Swampies have demonstrated against them? A steam train was once a monstrous intrusion, but now it’s charming. Here we have a vertical pole (telephone?) as an important part of the composition, deftly avoiding the deadening thirds, as part of a natural-looking scene.
Things change. When is the crossover point?