In both versions, I find the clarity slider a bit overused, in both the mountain range and the sky. Also, there seems to be a lovely overlap in the hills in the foreground, and I would like to see more of it.
There is a kind of a disbalance in the composition, as I am not sure where the main emphasis is: clouds or the mountain. It is a kind of a Dutch landscape composition (i.e, the one where the horizon is in the bottom 1/5 of the image, instead of the more classical 1/3). But a Dutch foreground is usually flat, without such a dominant feature as the over-punched mountain, competing for attention.
If this is a full-frame version, then what I would do (if anybody cares, that is) is to make up my mind what is it that I want to emphasize. If the mountain, than I would crop the top 1/3 out, into a panorama. If clouds, then I would de-emphasize the mountain by reducing the clarity, and turn the sky a bit more dramatic.