Sounds weird, but yesterday I showed my 10 best landscapes from Glacier to some non photography buddies and they both picked the same two (so did my wife) as favorites. My favorite did not make the cut, but this is pretty common. But one of my friends called the golden hour images "posed". Obviously you don't really pose a landscape, but I think it meant that it did not look normal to him. Perhaps it was overdone, but I don't think they were, more like he does not often see sunsets or sunrises for that brief period of maximum intensity that we photographers strive. I am just throwing this out for info and because it seemed like some sort of insight would be contained in the statement.