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I think its very pleasant.
I like the mirroring of the sky in the water and depth created by the darkness there.
It is pleasantly tinted, but not accurate in terms of color temperature/balance. Without knowing the actual scene its hard to be sure what color temp it should be at. The simplest trick probably doesnt work here: Find one or more "neutral" spots that should be pure gray, near white (but not blown out) or near black, use the eyedropper tool in LR or in a curves layer in PS to reset the white balance. I suppose you could try this on the clouds, but they would not be terribly appealing set as a neutral gray and chances are they had some reflected light coloring them anyhow. I am not at home to study this more, but you could try reducing the reds/yellows and/or reducing the color temperature signficantly if you are trying to be more "accurate". I do like the feeling this image has currently.