Hi Jasmine. This is a lovely scenic capture with wonderful light, color, & picture elements. I am by no means any expert landscape or scenic photographer, but I have some potentially helpful comments on your nice scenic image. First off, I think that You have composed the image fairly well, according to the artistic thirds concept. The large amount of sky, gives your photograph a sense of space & scale, and the image is divided into about 2/3 rds sky, and 1/3 rd terrain. It is always better 'to err, on too much sky than too little,' and has been mentioned, a slight 6-8 mm, off a top crop, may make it slightly better. The next thing I would say, is that the image, looks 'a little flat,' and needs to have the contrast curve, increased to a more optimal level. Also, it seems like some details of the trees and landscape are obscured in the foreground. This could be improved with some slight lightening and a curves adjustment, with attention, 'not to burn out' that lovely pastel sky with the brightness & contrast tweaking. A slight bump in color saturation, would also make the image impact a little more forceful. Lastly, some of the newer DSLR's and digicams have a 'HDR image setting,' which allows the photographer select three different exposures, say -0.33 EV, 0 EV, & +0.33 EV. The camera then allows you to combine the elements from all three exposures, which give you 'a higher dynamic range than one exposure, alone.' This means that more 'bit depth of the pixels will be recorded in the image format, allowing a larger range of image parameters. I enjoy viewing your work, Jasmine, and You possess a wonderful attitude, of 'an artist, who wants to improve and listen to other's opinions.' I hope that this would help your efforts in the future.