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Not a bad sunset shot, and a light amount of fallen snow, but this time the voters wanted to see something much more dramatic - big flowing clouds, thunderstorms, insane amounts of snow. This is Ok but it's just a sunset, and those danged trees are in the way! The sculpture(?) or pile of chairs in the lower right third looks like it's meant to be a focal point, but it's too small and insignificant, so the eye goes roaming looking for more.
If this is the kind of photography you want to pursue, get a tripod (even a cheap one will do) and use much longer exposures and much smaller apertures and ISOs to get the kind of dramatic sunset shots that do well here. I don't know many Texas landscape shooters, but maybe Kobba, who tends to like wildlife, has seen some areas that would be good for sunsets. Try PMing him and see.
Hope this helps