I tried all the normal methods with this and nothing seemed to help.
This is what I did.
Dupe the Background
Filter>Other>Offset Horizontal=2. Then set layer mode to Darken.
This seems to work OK.
Craig. I like your last one, just needs a couple of jumping dolphins.
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