I feel that the photo is a little oversaturated, the highlights are slightly overexposed and the objects in the sky show motion.
How highlights are overexposed ? Long exposure tend to move stuff in the sky. This is how blue hour looks in terms of color.
Sure saturation cant be factor of in this case cause if i search stock for blue hours there more saturated ones than mine.
I don't think it is because of the highlights or saturation. My opinion is because of the artifacts that can be seen if you zoom in a bit around some highlight areas and the trees on the horizon.
This could be a problem.
Oki thats fixable, reuploaded.
You did not post the original picture, so it's not easy, but I think that @ricky336 is right. In addition, you have in your histogram some blacks and whites missing. There may also be a light noise problem.
It is from original picture i cant fit full size in 10 mb restriction. There is no noise besides native iso160 specially on xtrans sensor what doesnt do mutch color noise. Whites missing ? Only problem is what ricky pointed out, and its fixed no need to search else for sake of finding somethhing there is not 🙂
Correct one from previous
Blacks on the left, whites on the right, are missing.
As for the file size, you should post here the file as submitted. Especially, when you downsize the file, as you did, artefacts can't be correctly evaluated. Noise can't be evaluated. Chromatic aberration can't be evaluated. If artefacts are visible, then they are highly disturbing on the original file.
What can be evaluated is the exposure.
You will see if it gets accepted. But even when it gets accepted, that does not mean that the something isn't. It just means that it was not strong enough of a problem to motivate the moderator to refuse again.
Nothing is missing from raw file 🙂 these curves are from tiff edit. "Something is there" i can assure you and its right.
No problem with that. But I comment on what you presented and what yo claimed you had submitted. Have a nice day.