I totally agree with Henrik but what was eating me was the original layout.
He is so much better at the basics of composition than I am but looking at it what struck me was the static quality of using so many horizontals and vertical lines.
Most of what I did with my editor was try to take Henrik's picture and skew it so I could get the sense of some of those very straight lines receeding.
The final composition has been pulled up and down on the right and pushed in on the left.
When I compared to the original, I lost the sense of peace you had, but repositioned and cut and glued in elements of your original.
MY technique uses a lot more lost and found details. Your elegant and thoughtfull rendering of such things as the house in the trees does get lost in mine and my overall composition is really not very strong, but I just wanted to see if you see how those diagonals, even if subtly used, can help push the image into the page.
Perhaps Henrik can take THIS and correct it to show how to strengthen the final composition.
I hope I did not so thoroughly alter this that the attempt was lost.
It is not an amendment of that picture, but more an illustration of how to begin another keeping in mind the use of more diagonals for the sense of perspective.
(I am sweating in this new format. I hope you find it useful!)