When I took this picture, I enjoyed the orange on the rock's surface in contrast with the dark, wet center. The original photo was very dual and gave a dirty look to the rock. So I first used a "curve" layer to brighten the image and make the black portions a little darker. After that, I masked it, so the curve only affected the top of the rock. To bring the red/orange color more forward, I applied a mask for the top of the rock again, made the colors pop through the channel mixer, and then saturated the yellows and reds. Afterward, I made a new layer to "Dodge and Burn" the whole image, lightening the wood wedged in the middle and some on the rock going downward to bring out the blues and moistness. Lastly, to bring out the whites and blacks one last time, I created a levels layer for the full photo. I Also tried sharpening the rock portions closer to the tips, but it is relatively unnoticeable.