Could I ask... how specifically did you remove the girl in the background? The other modified versions have wobbly fence-posts, yours are straight. I've tried using clone-stamp for something like this and can't make it clean like this.
John, that was probably the part of the picture I spent most time at. I find cloning is way-less-than-half getting what you want in or out, and way-more-than-half cleaning up after yourself. I used Paint Shop Pro X; it was mostly done with the manual cloning tool. I did the fence in ten or more pieces, taking little bits from different parts of the original fence (though you can see the majority came from just to the right of what I filled in). The finickiest process is making sure your source datum is in the right spot and your destination datum is somewhere you really want. (By "datum" I just mean the starting point for the tool's work.) I gradually rebuilt a fence that seemed to fit in.
The middle ground (lawn and road) immediately in front of the fence was nearly as hard to do, and I wasn't nearly as happy with it. I did and re-did it several times, picking up bits of the road on the extreme right side of the picture and smearing them to get those faux-bokeh bits. I discovered bokeh is probably impossible to fake. (Unless of course new versions of PS etc have a "bokeh tool' -- do they?) I eventually thought that the ground was les obvious than the fence, so I'd leave it.
I had to touch up a bit around the fence post, on the left side of it. Some bits in the original (in that area) were simply so out-of-focus that I thought I'd leave them there. But I screwed up the tops of the pickets. Ah well....