I would appreciate thoughts and critique on this image.
The figure is looking out of the picture...perhaps this is intentional, but it not harmonious, and traditionally you would have used the figure to lead the eye in to somewhere.
The building is very square on, and I think it contributes little to the image (but most landscapes would benefit from some foreground interest)... if a building has perspective which leads the eye into the picture, it helps composition.
The picture seems to have a grey cast, and I think a bit of WB would help.
If you do not have a high res camera (or a pano-stitcher) then this type of misty, moody picture might work well for you.
It seems that in the conditions at the time it would not have been possible to take a much sharper picture with any camera.