Natural, but I like the way you've played around with the image.
It's new for me as you will read in a subsequent post because I'm not one for editing as I feel it's being dishonest. I know that's quite a strong word, but when I see photos that don't look anything like the original scene, it just doesn't seem right. Maybe back in the day when the photographer developed his/her own negatives and printed the pictures him/herself there was creative/artistic involvement. But now, to simply click on a button to enhance the color or the lighting or a host of other options--it just doesn't seem right. That said, I do enjoy the Waterlogue app and think it's fun to see my photos change into watercolor 'paintings' right before my eyes.
I enjoy reading your feedback, so feel free to leave a comment.