You have a natural gift with capturing dynamic water and sky shots. This picture again uses the land as a visual divider. What I like about this one is the sharply linear perspective of the house that helps push the viewers eye into the background. The progression in tree sizes and the break in the lights and darks in the clouds help to emphasize that perspective. I also enjoyed the juxtaposition of the hard linear aspect of the building with the organic shapes of the clouds. The only suggestion I would make for improvement, is that cropping is an artist's best friend. The picture is almost divided in half by the horizontal line of land in the background. That makes for a somewhat stagnant picture. It's TOO calm. I would say to increase some of the visual tension, choose something to emphasize, either the water or the sky, and then crop away some of the other. I would say the sky has more visual appeal, and there is more "dead" space in the bottom center, so you could stand to crop roughly to the denser part of the reflected tree to the extreme left. This would tighten up the design, make the picture more dynamic, and place emphasis on that stunning sky.
this is really interesting one from you, a little bit different topic. Still landscape but this time you cought some city, that gives a nice breeze of new conception among your artworks and what is more important makes this particular picture very interesting. What next makes me like this photo even more are those colors you used, grey, brown and orange. I found that landscape somehow dirty, polluted however everything except colors are fine so it build tense, which I find interesting, making me keep attention, look for some action. Also composition is very nice, dissmyetry, on the right water and a lot of space, but on the left are some buildings and shore, which draws line to the center of image and leads there attention of person who is watching the picture, forcing him to look deeper. In my opinion one of your best pictures here, keep working around that it may gives a lot of very interesting things. In one sentence good job.