There is nothing momentous about in this photo; I hence decided to convert it into a black & white render. Converting to monochrome create a distinct look to the picture, far away from all distractions caused by colors, with the emphasis just on the composition.
It's a good practice to go through years' old photos now and then, review the collection again with the current mindset, and post-process a photo or two from the pile. As experience expands with the time and number of clicks, the definition of a killer photo also evolves. You will be surprised to see an entirely different photo rendered every time compared to what you had in your mind when you pressed the shutter release button.
This photo is my failed attempt to capture water splash using high shutter speed. Taking a splash water photography always requires a lot of trial and error as you need to sync your shutter click with the exact moment of the splash. The great thing about the digital camera is that you can take thousands of photos at the location and later review and delete all of them except your star photo.