There is a difference of accuracy using a code. I think we can use it to learn a bit more if you all agree. I will try to assist without turning it into a guessing game.
It is not a lakeside view with trees but if you sketched the perimeter of a lakeside view as an initial impression, the shape of the object could be represented.
Mention of yellow and black digging into yellow and brown stripe is astonishingly accurate.
It is not a black and white photo, though as an initial perception that's ok.
The image of stripes is valid as first impression.
Keep the above and discard the rest. The image has few elements in it.
I am reading about RW now and I think I am beginning to understand it for the first time. At first we are supposed to come up with basic simple first impressions without thinking, casting judgement or complicating them too much. If we think, associate, or imagine, we move away. The key seems to be to learn when we are doing it.