I did look at this one but do not really know what to say.
There is maybe too much, with no clear subject, perhaps a simpler "looking up" composition would work better. Just my thoughts.
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Just a thought. If you rotated the image a little clockwise so the dominant branch is emerging from the left corner, may add something.
Secondly, try cloning out the intruding second tree bottom right so the image is cleaner and stronger (your expressed sentiments in response to the other poster). Ok, I'm just kidding.
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