I loved the concept of this piece, the shapes and colors are what strike me from a distance. I feel that in a gallery this would fit perfectly for the most part. There are some minor issues I'm spotting, but the major make-up of this photo is well done. The colors demonstrate a beautiful complimentary theme of blue and orange and carry wonderful transitions between light and dark. The silhouettes are also a perfect addition to this piece, they carry an overall blue theme with spots of warm shades. In the darker portions the shore compliments these shapes. There is also a pleasant contrast of the flora to the softer shapes in the land and sky. I do have some suggestions though to help with the next time you get a marvelous opportunity like this. I'd prefer a landscape that doesn't have a clear subject to have a higher f-stop. More detail would benefit, although it appears some of this is motion blur, these blurs are not comfortable, they're actually unsettling in a way that works against the picture. The blur would work better in a landscape up close or far away, the center of the photo may not be the best place. This is why I mentioned that this piece is almost gallery worthy, the problem is when you get close. I'm quite curious if you're using a tripod, I feel this may have helped with some of the blur. Though another issue could be that I'm not seeing the RAW image, which may have some of that missing information. Other than the blurring the only other issue I see here is what one can't as easily control and that's the opposite shore that cuts through the blurred grass, it creates a line that leads me away from the shapes on the clouds and the shape of the shore, but as I said most likely there's not much you can do about that. Overall I'd say the idea, structure, color and originality were there, what was lacking was the technique, but only for one issue. I can only comment on what I see, not what was going on behind the camera or around it. Either way it's the overall piece that catches our attention and leads us around, and for the casual viewer (the majority) and at first glance for artists this piece would draw them in and make them wonder and awe at the beauty and potential of this place. It's truly a visionary piece and a captured moment that won't easily be forgotten.