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A fine experiment. The use of the wide angle lens certainly adds to the composition. When doing something like this I think it helps to have something for the trees/building to point at. In this image you have managed to retain detail both in the sky and land.
Just goes to show how fickle landscape photography can be. Spend great effort getting to a great spot and the weather and light don't show up for you. GRrrrrr. So what do you do. Mark the spot and come back another day.
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