"I was not given the reason."
Yes, you were, albeit not a very detailed one (technical issues, similar content, commercial attractiveness, intellectural properly, etc... are reasons given).
Which was it?
Michael Niessen - Photographer, photo-editor, educator
Cropped too tight and shot with a flash, resulting in hot spots and harsh shadows. They also aren't arranged in a pleasing manner and are somewhat flawed.
Bear in mind that as this is for stock, I think the blemishes on the fruit could be rather off putting. Even though they are 'real', they don't look so appetising; they should be 'perfect' (I think, as they will be used for commercial/stock purposes).
The arrangement and composition isn't good either.
Thanks for your kind interventions. In fact, looking better at the photo, I realized that the main problem is, beyond the composition, the fact that the fruits are ripe and bruised. After taking the photo I ate at least 3 or 4 because they were ripe, sweet and delicious. Next time I will be more attentive and will follow your advice. Greetings from Italy
I was not given the reason.By @vit0c72708961
What do you think it could be?
You were given a reason, and I bet it was "Technical issues". Even if the reason that is given is not very specific for efficiency reasons of the moderation, you should always tell us, what Adobe told you…
Besides the really unpleasant presentation as pointed out by @ricky336, the flaws in the lightning as pointed out by @Jill_C, you should also improve your photoshopping skills. But before you even start to take the picture, it would be best to arrange the subjects in a way that photoshopping is not needed because it's time-consuming and really needs to be done correctly.
(please note that the arrows do not point to all the defects even in this small excerpt!)