I don't mind it but I reckon it could be improved.
I'd prefer to see a natural image of moving water without man made bits like in this image - but thats just a person preference and isn't a requirement for a good photograph!
I wonder if you would've been better if you were closer to the edge of the water or even in it a bit - as I think the composition would be nicer if there was a bit less bank on the left and you were looking down along the stream a little more. Its almost as though you could follow the "leading into space rule" - normally applied to moving people etc but I think the image would benefit with the water leading into space - so yeah I'd like less space on the left and more on the right.
Also the lighting is a bit flat - I'm spoilt in the tropics but some nice early morning or late evening light would help I think?
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