The colors look weird on the left image because I was have a problem with the camera. It didn't matter what I set the white balance to, the camera processed the image at ~3480 °K (with a tint of -17). ARRG!!!
Fortunately, I could fix the problem in post-processing by changing the white balance to "sunny" 5550 °K. The right image looks much closer to how I remember the scene.
This is also the reason I take more than one camera with me while traveling. I have been burned in Patagonia whethe Leica T camera froze, and I couldn't take anymore pictures with the camera for the rest of the trip. Then in Antarctica the Leica T had this bad habit of freezing (no pun intended) when the outside temperature was below freezing (32 °F / 0 °). Once the camera warmed up, it worked again. I can't believe that a camera designed and manufactured in Germany can't take temperatures colder than this???? I also had a Nikon Df camera fail in Antarctica when the shutter buckled. This was the only camera on that trip that had a telephoto lens (80-400 mm) to take bird pictures. I had to make do with the Leica T, and Fuji X-T1. Many of the countries and places I visited do not have camera repair shops or even camera shops where I could purchase a replacement.