It answers the question.
To quote Tim Post,
Seriously, people's voting habits on Stack Exchange can be very random. In this case, I suspect that people downvoted because the image was very large, perhaps obtrusive, and definitely contained much more than just the game.
Also, posts with downvotes usually tend to only attract more donwvotes. Psychologically, people appear to shy away from challenging the established majority of - gasp - one person!
Don't take it personally. If there is feedback given, consider implementing it. If there isn't, then A. You are knowingly spamming the site and no one needs to tell you that (You aren't - that comment was for future users with similar questions) or B. The downvoting was likely random stuff. Consider the amount of effort you put into the post. If you put it together carelessly, I suggest editing the post and/or give more effort in the future. If, however, you put the post together thoughtfully and received no feedback, then...
Don't worry about it.
Stuff (like random downvotes) happen.
By the way, I edited your answer to improve the formatting. I also upvoted your answer (after the edit).
I downvoted your answer because it comes across as braggadocio. You speak of your "brilliant" play and give a double exclam to Kc4 (it should be Kf6, but that's another story) as if it is some incredibly difficult move to find when it is actually pretty easy.
For what it's worth, I saw Kf6 after looking at the position for a few seconds and I am sure others who have studied king and pawn endgames and have experience with them would as well.