What now? The first thing we noticed: There's a vertical composition in the frame that's begging to be let out. This gives you a nice foreground focal point, countered by the sheep in the far midground. But with a little more magnification, the sheep now appear fuzzier than sheep normally are -- they're slightly out of focus. We countered this by adding some local contrast and sharpening in Adobe Photoshop CS3. We also darkened the sky a bit. Then we came to the problem of the sheep walking off the frame. As this was the very edge of the image, we added some foreground, using Cut, Paste, and the Clone tool, too. While we're usually reluctant to perform such surgery (really!), in this case we think it's not intrusive and helps to rebalance the frame.