Instead od telling people it's not this forum, better fix the link you, Adobe yourself give us to click in the information about rejection. I got here exactly from the message about the so called "technical problems". So maybe get professional and check, where your own link points.
Not that it is useful for anything, because the lack of professionalism and amateurish randomness of photos screening on part of Adobe seems to be hopeless. This time it seems that my photos were screened by someone from California or some other kind of Texas who never saw snow and thought that all those white parts of the pictures are "technical problems".
But I'm not even trying to do anything, since your unprofessonal Adobe contact is only able to babble something about "well, probably the reason of the image being rejected was rejection" and direct me here. Not to contributors forum, but here. They too. Pathetic and unprofessional on part of Adobe.