From Bagan (Pagan), Burma, 6:20 in the morning.
I'm enjoying this more each time I look at it. The monotint is effective even if the color wouldn't be my first choice. It matters not much though, because the photograph carries itself no matter the tint. There are planes of interest beginning in the immediate f/g and going pretty much all the way to the horizon. The whole idea of the photograph works well to me and give me a lot to engage with. I would quibble in a small way that the young woman with arms raised is blocking those behind in a kind of awkward way. It would be great of the two women behind were one foot more to the left.
I think if the temple on the right were toned down a tiny bit, the picture would improve. And, on my screen I am seeing some haloing or fringing around the edges. Very interesting though.