I like your shot but feel it would have looked better with a tighter crop highlighting the cliff face which is bathed in the sunlights golden glow,there beneath the cliffs the rockface is defined but the rest of the mountain range is a little flat....and the whole drama of the shot is lost......even though the cloud formation above is swirling the flatness of the mountain range ruins the real drama of the entire shot is in the cliffs, I would have loved to see this shot larger placing here at only 900 pixels doesn't help your cause, this shot deserves to be shown at a larger size so your viewers can appreciate it more
The strongest point in this photo is the cliff bathing in the light of the setting (?) sun. Another strong point is the swirl of clouds. But I sense an unbalance. I think the cliff and the clouds compete to much, making the photo a bit restless. The black mass in the foreground distorts the image I think.
Perhaps a more oblong format could do the trick. Trim a bit of the lower side and most of the sky. Now the cliff will be a stronger focal point. A 3 by 1 format could work or even a 4 by 1. Or perhaps you one were you zoomed in more on the cliff, given it the 'volume' it needs.
I have always found a special beauty in lenticular cloud formations...but I do not live anywhere near where they would form, so I've never seen any in person. This is one of the most beautiful I've ever seen. Great shot!