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This spot was rejected stating it’s a natural feature.
How on earth could someone confuse this with a waterfall, lake, or mountain??? This is clearly a man made location.
You can’t appeal rejected nominations. You will just have to try again. Maybe with a better picture where a sidewalk isn’t the main feature....
Yes, you got some random rejection reasons here. Some reviewers try to "give submitter a message" with they rejection, I think someone wanted to tell you that main part of your photo is lawn, tree and road, that it should be more focused on your nomination (it's not on main part of your picture). Even one person could choose this rejecetion and you will get it in rejection mail if other reviewers didn't choose more rejection reasons.
The best thing you can do is improve your photo: make it much closer to Baseball court, even only one of baseball court might be visibly on main photo if you submit them together. Main photo just needs to show your nomination in the best way, your current main photo fits more for supporting photo (it show area near your nomination).
So, try making main photo closer to POI and be sure it's focused on your POI (on your current photo you can see some people, road, part of a car, tree, and after this rather far away your nomination - it shouldn't be like that).
I hope it will be accepted next time. Good luck! :)
If there are two separate diamonds, you might consider presenting them as two different waypoints, if you can get them far enough apart and there's enough to distinguish the two so that people don't mistake them for the same one. You'll have better photos than this one, which has no good focal point, and improve your area twice over.
Agreed with above. Two seperate diamonds can be 2 different nominations and/or possible poi in the game