Great subject, lovely weather, classical composition. Post-processing indicates a certain intention and style (dimmed and muted, I would say).
But you knew you couldn't get away from at least someone finding something to nitpick:
I would like to see slightly more detail in the foremost group of threes. I would like to see slightly more crispness (highlights) in the clouds.
Maybe both can be achieved by, say, 1/3 or 1/2 f-stop more exposure? Maybe that would mess up mid-tones, which appear ok? Maybe just playing with shadows/highlights?
On the other hand, I seem to contradict myself, don't i? I first recognized a certain (deliberate?) style, then nitpick about it? In other words, if everything is exactly how you wanted it, then feel free to disregard my comments.