As a followup to MaxW's answer.
We tend to want to think that there is such a thing as an unmodified picture. There really is no such thing, either film or digital.
- There is an assumed light balance as in daylight film.
- There is an assumed actual light that may match to some degree.
- The color printer will guess at both light and color compensations.
The end result is your print. (Ignoring all the digital process to get it here.)
Shooting digital has very similar concepts, there is no such thing as an unmodified image. If the goal is to accurately represent reality, the modifications attempt to produce something your eye considers a close match to what you saw. On the other hand if the goal is to produce a desirable picture, your options are even greater in the digital world.
As a quick example, I took your second image, shifted the color a bit, and compressed the extremes.
Here's your Original again.
I have no idea as to reality?