The comments associated with "Dolomites 2016" tell me people already "like the look of" what you're doing. And it's a beautifully executed example of what I've long called a "tourist picture." It's very pretty.
How do you move beyond that? You dig out books by masters like Ansel, HCB, Weston, Strand, Doisneau, Evans, Lange, Gene Smith, Riboud, etc., etc., and STUDY them. When you find things you like you try to correlate what the link between them is -- what it is you like about them. Then you try to concentrate on shooting that kind of thing -- the kind of thing that gives you the same satisfaction you got from those pictures. Note that I used the phrase "kind of thing." You can't go out and re-do Dorothea Lange, for instance, because the United States isn't currently in a depression -- just a recession. But you can go out and shoot in surroundings and among the kind of people Dorothea did. They're still out there.
But just shooting among similar surroundings isn't enough. What is it about those pictures that grabs you? If you analyze your feelings carefully enough you'll probably find that it isn't the landscape specifically, and it isn't the people specifically. It's always something more. It's what I call a transcendental experience, but I'm not going to get wrapped around the axle defining that. The main thing is that that kind of picture moves you -- deep inside.
What makes a picture art is a subtle thing. There's no way to point somebody in a particular direction and say: there's art out there in that subject matter. Just go shoot it. Mountains like the Dolomites certainly can be the subject of art, but the picture has to be more than just pretty. It can be brooding. It can be joyful. It can contain questions. We keep joking about ambiguity, but ambiguity can have a powerful impact. To be art a picture has to contain something more than prettiness.
But when you find the thing that moves you and you make pictures that do that, don't expect other people to jump up and say "that picture moves me." Probably ain't gonna happen. You have to just move on and say "screw it." Shoot for yourself. Shoot what moves you. Enjoy that and don't worry about the rest of the world.