I like it because of the inevitability of the composition. I haven't really formed an opinion on whether it's good or bad, but whichever it is, there is no important element that is not an inevitable consequence of the moment. This inevitability is, I think, an element of quality in this kind of work.
The only question is whether or not you should have pressed the shutter at all, all else is as it must be.
In this way it feels like a Joseph Conrad story, which always strike me as having that same inevitability, like a Swiss watch, there is only one way this can unfold, and it unfolds just so.