Taken this morning at Ohme Gardens, near where I live. It really is called Hidden Pool....and it's even prettier in person.
*Before you comment on the blur, PLEASE NOTE: The blurred top and bottom are part of what's known as Tilt-shift photography..either done with a tilt-shift lens, or done during post work in Photoshop to mimic the tilt-shift look. The blur is severe on purpose, or that 'miniature train set' look would not be as noticeable, and that is the whole purpose of this style of photo.
So while I appreciate people's critics about the blur... please know that it is intentional. Tilt-shift photography doesn't appeal to everyone...but I love it.
Please take a moment to click this link, and explore other tilt-shift examples throughout DA! [link]
So - darkroom adjustments are the tilt-shift effect, and saturation adjustment.