Hi there. It seems that you're new to EPZ, so first off, welcome to the site and hope you enjoy your stay. Given that you uploaded this image in the Critique gallery, I'll provide some critique accordingly.
First off, I think this is an interesting image, and the composition strikes me. It's a nice place and the image does make you look from tree to tree and then towards the background. There's enough interest to keep me on the image. Well done on that.
As regards the technical sides though, I have some questions. First off, was this image given an HDR treatment? Otherwise, what post-processing was applied to it?
I'm starting with this question as all the critique that follows might be related to any HDR treatment / post-processing you did. Otherwise, it could possibly be the lens performance, though on the latter case I'm not an expert as I've never used this lens - probably other Critique Team members will have comments on this lens.
What I think could be done better:
1) There seems to be a lot of areas where chromatic aberration is visible (look at the edges of the tree trunks, it's a sharp line of red or blue/green).
2) The shot was taken on aperture priority with aperture at f/8.0. At ISO 1600, the camera had to go for a very fast shutter speed of 1/5000 to make sure the image wasn't overexposed. For shots like this one, unless it's very dark outside, I would go for a lower ISO setting to reduce noise levels in the picture and have a higher quality image. Assuming you could go down to ISO 200, you would have gained a shutter speed that is 8 times slower, which would be a shutter speed in the range of 1/640. Assuming again you had no tripod, this is a very good shutter speed to freeze any movement from camera shake, so the end result would still be sharp but with much less noise.
3) I think that if you shoot RAW, you could do processing on the image that would allow you to end up with a better end-result. Your EXIF says that you shoot in JPEG, if this isn't the case, disregard this comment. Shooting in RAW gives you many benefits, so I suggest you switch to RAW if you're not using it already. For starters, you'd be able to recover more details from shadow areas, for example, than you would if you shot in JPEG.
Will have to stop here as I have to go out, but hope this little helps already!