Just below the bottom of the bright sun, I find that if I stare at the image too long my eyes stay there, when I want to enjoy that beautifully lit slope of the mountain. It works either way, but I think trying a pano version will allow you to focus on what should be focused on, and that is the landscape itself.
Another thing I may suggest (and it is all personal preference as well) is to clone out that black line towards the bottom left. Just a minor suggestion, but one that most probably wouldn't care about unless they are sticklers like me
I began posting on a site called naturephotographers.net (NPN) a little over a year ago and always get some of the best critiques on my images there, they really dig deep into the images, so I sorta adapted to their ways and thoroughly analyze every image haha. It is a really great site with some of the best photographers and images you will ever see. Very nice group of people and I learned a TON of things to help my photos. Give it a look and see if it is something you are interested in (there is an annual fee of 50 bucks to join), but I found it to be money very well spent.