I also think the brightish mist on the left of the photo is a major distraction which spoils the shot.
Of course, seberri makes a valid point. Why should he pay any attention to the comments of anonymous people who might sound as though they know something but whose own works might be as dull as ditch water (for all he knows).
I have no great desire to exhibit my photos, partly because I have too many things to attend to and partly because, when I do eventually get myself organised with perhaps my own website, I'd be more interested in selling my photos than receiving praise or criticism. (Hey! and even partly because I'm such a modest guy ).
Words are cheap. The proof of the pudding is in the purchase of the photo. In any case, the chief reason for my interest in Photography is that I find it an interesting and satisfying challenge. Selling my photos is another challenge which I haven't tackled much yet, and that challenge may well prove to be not nearly as satisfying.