The foliage outside looked faded in the master file. It was overexposed when I tried to enhance detail in the foreground. There was a simple cure for that: in PE11, duplicate the main layer and then, in that layer, erase everything except the window openings. Set the opacity to 100% and mode to “multiply”. And Bob’s your uncle (no, no, not me…I’m not, repeat, not your uncle! It’s an British expression that means “and that’s that”. “Bob” was Lord Salisbury – this was in the 1880s – who was widely known for being loose and free with plum government positions for those with whom he shared DNA. It’s called “nepotism” and derives from “nephew”, or so I read).