If it is not finished, and there is no particular question to ask, perhaps you should just hold it until you are done with the work that you already know you want to do. It does nt do much good if thee answer to critiques is "I am not finished with it," unless there is some specific problem you are grappling with and want feedback on.
Sorry for not being more clear.
I often show other photographers I know my working prints (in the physical world) to get a different perspective on where to go with my final print. We usually identify weak points in each others images that need to be worked on.
I'm looking for feedback like howiesmith's - the ridgeline needs to be separated from the sky and clouds better.
I replied back with where I intend on going with that part of the print. Someone could say "that works, go there" or "nope, doesn't do it for me, try this instead".