My second post to this forum. The attached image is of Canoe Point, which is approx 700m from my house. I had another image in mind when I left the house on this particular morning but found I could not walk past this. I have tried cropping this image a bit tighter but felt this version worked the best. I would welcome other people comments. This image is stitched from 7 photos.
This is a nicely done sunrise. The pano framing works well. And right away, I want to ask what did you want to convey here? One of the questions to consider in this type of photograph is that it is so common that there might be millions of them indistinguishable from this one. That might or might not be a problem - depending on your purpose. If you love it for its intrinsic meaning to your neighborhood and your life, then that's all the purpose needed. But, if you were going to try to communicate something to a mass audience in any way, I think they are going to walk up and say mentally, "Yes, I've seen this place many times."
Only you know your purpose of course. Something to think about is how might YOU be able to make a more individual photograph? One expressing some personal point of view that may have nothing to do with the expectations of anyone else for what a good photograph might be? Just a thought.