At first glance I thought it looked a bit bland, probably because most photographs of the American Southwest Red Rock country have the saturation pushed too high. But it kept my interest, and I began to find subtleties that I really enjoy: The contrast of the light foreground against dark hills beyond, and the varieties of hues in the foreground hills. The clouds in the upper left nicely balance the pointy hill on the right.
Somebody will no doubt complain that the image is tilted and should be straightened. But there is no internal information in the image to say definitively whether the ground is sloping or not. I would be (somewhat) tempted to straighten it, but I find it a very satisfying, well-composed shot.