Photography is probably the toughest art form out there to critique given how disciplined it can be for the photographer, but I'll try and offer the best constructive criticism that I can with this.
You're very skilled with the camera from what I can tell already. The collection of photos that you have up in your gallery are extremely captivating, appealing, exhibit beautiful and vibrant colours, and in a way there's a story beneath the surface of every single one.
Whatever editing you use doesn't seem to be too heavy either so it's complimentary enough of the original photo and really brings forth the kind of vision you had in mind. And the impact it has on the viewer is definitely strong enough.
However, as much as I love this photo and the way you've captured the sky, and it is without a doubt shot well, I've probably seen over a dozen photos that have captured something similar. (Being a learning photographer myself, I've fell victim to this as well so please lovely artist, this is nothing personal.) Compared to other photos with a similar subject, skies in this case, there is nothing particularly original in anyone shooting a sky, no matter how stunning. This is the one obstacle many of us photographers, no matter where our skills lie, encounter with everything we wish to shoot: in this case, you can only capture skies and landscapes in only so many possible ways before every angle, base and area is covered. That's the only reason why I rated you three stars on Originality.
I also think you could have maybe went beyond your comfort zone and decided to do something more with this fantastic view. For instance, I feel some of the other photos in your gallery are much more daring than this piece.
Aside from that, there is nothing else at the moment that I see that doesn't work for this remarkable piece.
You are a brilliant photographer-in-the-making and I hope you continue to produce some more amazing pieces. Keep it up!