I think that I see what attracted you, but to my eye it hasn’t quite come off. What I like is the tree itself, its “smaller brother” in the left background as well as the little shrub or grasses in the foreground. The sky is great too.
What doesn’t work so well is the sweep of the two tracks taking you out to opposite edges of the frame and even out of the picture altogether – though the triangular shape is perhaps what you wanted to capture? Also, the main tree is a bit too central for my liking.
I would suggest to try walking further over to your left, get closer and lower down so that the foreground shrub/grasses are a little stronger in the frame. Line them up perhaps to the right of the tree but try to keep the distant little tree in the left side of the frame too.
Alternatively, just home in on the single main tree and frame it against that great sky with your lens set at wide angle. And of course, if you can get there at either end of the day when the light is more directional, that can only help.
It’s easy for us to criticise someone else’s work and this is a very good attempt at a great vista. Lots to think about when taking pictures and all of us get it wrong at some time or other – or even lots of times – so just keep trying! Regards, Adam