I really like the dappled light, which is restrained and inkeeping with whole of the ambient light. No harsh shadows. It makes an already beautiful scene more lively. It may seem somewhat busy, but the bridge and red flowers gives the image a cohesive and unified look. But I would like to suggest a crop, which is consistent with your overall image. I think it would look better with the left tree and right dark tree cropped out. Then you can crop and vary where you want your imaginary horizon, which presumably is near the bridge. And if you will permit, I can show you what I have in mind. I want to make it clear, it is a good image and most images can be cropped seven ways to Sunday. A very beautiful place!
Of course I'll permit: that's partly why the image is here in the first place.
In fact, I took two sets of bracketed exposures of this scene. The other was taken in portrait: it has, therefore, more vertical and less horizontal capture. I looked at it but decided I liked the trees which bracketed the scene. One of the things which fascinates me about this forum is getting other people's opinions, so I returned to the portrait shot and fiddled with it a bit (removing that rather ugly pipe at the left of the underside of the bridge, for example, and cropping a bit off the top), giving the version attached to this post.
By way of historical background, Clos LucÚ, in Amboise, was the house in which Leonardo da Vinci died. It's been very well restored by an American owner and has models and animated reconstructions of several of Leonardo's best-known designs (the helicopter, for example). I suspect the old man would have been fascinated by what we can now do!