I was fairly happy with this painting until I noticed how the limb of the tree looks like a continuation of the front roof line. That isn't as noticeable in real life. I'm thinking that if I change the color temperature even more of either the roof line or the tree limb that would help separate the two even more. I also added a few additional limbs/twigs to help change the directional flow of that limb.
Also, thanks for the great comment Rhonda. I do enjoy the challenge of watercolor and even though one has to use control, letting the watercolor do its thing creates such a wonderful spontaneous look.
Another thing that I am becoming more aware of when photographing paintings is that as the sun moves across the sky the temperature of the light changes and affects how the painting looks. I always try to take the painting in a shaded area but depending on whether it is cloudy or blue sky as well as time of day, affects the outcome of the photo.