May I wish you a warm (and sunny) welcome to the CameraLabs forum.
I've worked a little magic to replace the link you supplied with a picture - hope that's OK. Click the first post's "Edit" button to see what I did. For the detail on how it works check out the thread How to post pics
I'm a "happy snapper" so this is just my personal take on the shot. Nice gradation of colours in the sky and I'm guessing that's what attracted you. If I was taking the shot then I'd have tried to find a vantage point that included something in the foreground other than water to give more of a sense of depth and interest. That would also have allowed me to frame the shot so there was a little less sky. The rule of thirds
is a good starting point when composing though, like any rule, it's there to be broken when the situation demands.
But I appreciate that you may have been very limited in your options when composing the shot or, just as validly, you may just personally prefer the shot the way you framed it. I think the shot would benefit from a little extra sharpening, giving a crisper feel to the trees on the horizon, during post-processing but, again, that's my personal preference.