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Sometimes we're overwhelmed with the beauty of a place, but when we put camera to eye, it doesn't translate. The mixed light in the photo is a problem that's difficult to deal with. My best advice is if you can go back and "work" the scene, try some other angles and compositions, with better, more consistent lighting. When you're composing, try to think before you shoot about what it is that is so impressive about what you're seeing, and what you'd like to communicate to the viewer.
I just read that Cartier Bresson, who is famous for the "decisive moment", regularly shot 4 or 5 versions of the same scene until he found what he wanted.