I did f/22 to stop more light from coming in. I wanted the longest exposure possible without having to underexpose to much. I could of done it the other way...its just what made sense to me at the time
Not that big of a deal, but your lens/camera combo* likely produces a better quality image between f8-11 than f22 - where the effects of diffraction have likely started to become apparent.
I'm not saying you CAN'T use f22 - obviously, you produced a VERY nice image - but you need a reason in my book - two that come to mind are 1) to stretch the exposure in order to blur motion or 2) to deepen the depth of field.
In this case, I think you would have been better served by shooting a 1/4th of a second at f11 instead of 1 sec at f22 at the same ISO. The shorter exposure could also help with the IQ by minimizing te effects of any wind motion in the treeline.
Again - not that big a deal, but you asked for comments and that jumped out at me.* BTW - what was the camera and lens used to capture this?