Just so you know, I shoot always in cloudy WB because I wish to have colorful prints. I have found that cloudy gives my better colors.
as for the post processing, I change ALWAYS my shots from RGB to Lab. then I go to layers, select the A layer and go to image/adjustments and move the right slider to any given number from 255 down to 200, and the left slider the number i selected say 35 (depends on the shot) I then go to B channel or layer and image/adjustments and do the same for channel B. Why? because adjusting color in RGB inherently messes up the shots contrast and lighting. so moving the shot into lab mode separates my luminosity channel from my color channels A/B and allows me to tinker with the shot.
as for the composition: I wanted that red branch in the way as it added a different color away from the HUGE swath of yellow and green. my only caveat to the shot but no biggie is, I didn't have a foreground item of interest to lead my viewers eyes in this shot but in this case, "does that actually matter here?"
my camera settings, I have a link in my signature area of a video from bryan peterson, a great popular photographer who shows us landscape photographers how to "preset" our cameras from optimum/acceptable focus from foreground to background . I used F22, and preset my focus for 3ft/1m depending on if my lens doesn't have a 3ft setting on it.
I believe this shot appears out of focus on the cabin due to Jpeg compression, I've gone back to verify the shot in TIF format and it was exceptionally clear. but I know shots lose alot of quality when we decrease their size, which, in this case was, Bicubic sharper (best for reduction)
I'll reopen the RAW and do less color work but keep the WB as is and probably should be ok overall let me work on it and I'll post the new version soon.