I rarely do any real post-processing work to my photos (that may be apparent to you). I shoot in RAW, so I typically adjust the white balance, crop and rotate (it seems I cannot hold my camera level) the image, then I convert it to a jpg. I convert to low-quality jpgs for this blog, and high-quality, high-resolution jpg if I plan to upload the image to one of my online galleries. Sometimes I do plan to make the photo black and white, so I run that through RAW Therapee before I do the final conversion.
This photo, though… when I took it, I knew I wanted to do this with it.