I find this to be very busy, I'm not really feeling a visual center at all, just a whole heap of interesting details, and a somewhat over-processed feeling. The tonal range of the sky, while not radical, is quite close to the tonal range of a lot of the land (tree-trunks excepted, obviously) which makes it feel tonally out of balance, which produces for me a similar effect to the stupid jet-black skies some people love. I feel like the land should have consistently more local contrast than the sky.
The image also feels oddly tilted to the right, which could just be the way the hills in the back are arranged, giving a false sense of an un-level horizon. I'm also not sure if there's lens distortion, or if it's just a wide lens combined with some un-fortuituous tree branches on the left edge that makes me feel that way.
That said, the details are all gorgeous, there's a lot to love here. The river vanishing into the distance is trying to produce a visual center at the base of the hills in the distance, it's just a little overwhelmed by the other material in the image, and can't quite pull it off for me.
I wouldn't crop it, god forbid! I'd go back with a longer lens, and I'd wait