This is what I'd refer to as an "eccentric" image. You've pretty much tossed every convention and rule I can think of.
On the one hand, you've created a completely unique composition, framed by looming structures right and left, a bit of foreground for scale, and misty mountains in the distance. I do like the way you've asymmetrically framed the walls, and the chimneys - it does help keep the eye moving
But, and this is a big "but", what's the story being told here? I don't really get any sense of place, except from your title. I don't get the urge to go there, nor does the image communicate much about the location (it really could be any number of places).
You've certainly got the technical skills to make a strong image (great use of dynamic range). I encourage you to continue your work - but this is likely one of those pieces that you're gong to like, but will not communicate with a larger audience.
I'm just sharing my thoughts with you - please don't be insulted!
David SaffirGuruShots Photo Critique