How to improve your photo
Consider moving your point of view laterally to see if you can catch some different leading lines into the image and increase the apparent depth of your photo. Sometimes its impossible to do this due to the environmental limitations or hazards, but if possible lower your viewpoint, move laterally, put other object in the foreground in various relative positions to you and the scene itself to see which ones work best. .intuitively.
A small thing, but you can easily straighten this image using the waterline in the distance. As it is now, there is a slight declination in angle from left to right that is very small, but noticeable.
I believe that by simply adjusting the levels of this image and increasing the clarity and tones of this (the mid range tones particularly), you can add a tremendous amount of vitality to this image. Experiment around with the full resolution image using camera raw (yes you can use the raw program with a jpeg too) to adjust the highlights, shadows, blacks and whites and even the clarity to make the image pop more. You can also boost the vibrance and saturation some to make the image pop some more too. You may wish to create another layer to do these things on so you can use the transparency sliders of the layer to adjust the impact of your changes at will. Consider also using a dodge and burn layer to selectively highlight some of the water, mountain and cloud highlights and burn some of the shadows. . slightly in both cases. .
Also consider cropping this image in portrait to see how you like that composition. You may not like it but its always a good thing to try out with your images now and then.
If you're going to spot meter make sure, in a lighting condition such as this, that you meter on a lower highlight area rather than a mid tone or shadow area, to ensure that you don't over expose the image or flatten it too much. Otherwise in a flatter scene like this try doing a center weighted exposure mode.